• Class of 2019

  • Major, Minors Psychology, Forensic Studies and Sociology

Courtney came to Loyola to play on the Greyhound’s women’s basketball team. She quickly fell in love with the campus and atmosphere. Her favorite thing about Loyola is the academic community that cares about each student. Courtney is a psychology major with minors in Forensic Studies and sociology. Aside from her busy schedule on the court, Courtney is a member of several national academic honor societies, including Psi Chi (psychology), Alpha Kappa Delta (sociology), Chi Alpha Sigma (for student-athletes), and Phi Deta Kappa (liberal arts and science). Additionally, she serves on the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and as a mentor for the One Love initiative. Courtney was one of two students selected for an internship with Homeland Security Investigations, where she shadowed agents who worked in areas such as narcotics, fraud, and human exploitation. Her advice to students is to develop close relationships with professors. After graduation, Courtney hopes to gain experience working in law enforcement investigations, with career ambitions of becoming a federal agent. 

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I fell in love with the campus and the small school atmosphere at Loyola. The academics here are great, and I also love that my classes are small, so I have been able to be a person and not just a number.

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