Update: Loyola will suspend campus reopening and continue online learning for the fall semester. Find more information on Loyola's coronavirus website.


  • Class of2020

  • MajorCommunication

Julia says she knew as a high school student that she wanted to attend a Jesuit university... and when she toured Loyola, she felt right at home. “There is really nothing I love more than being able to go to school here every day to learn and to grow, to develop lasting friendships, and to cherish every moment on the Evergreen campus,” says  the communication major with a specialization in advertising and public relations. Julia is originally from Pleasantville, N.Y. Beyond the classroom, she serves as president for Loyola’s chapter of PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America), as vice president of Lambda Pi Eta (the national communication association honor society), and as the marketing and communications social media intern for the University. During her four years at Loyola, she has also gained experience as a Greyhounds Give Ambassador and as an account executive intern for 212 Communications, a public relations firm located in downtown Baltimore. After she graduates, Julia plans to launch her career in public relations or marketing. “I am confident that because of my time and experience at Loyola, I have the tools necessary to enter the workforce with an eager and inquisitive mind,” she says. Her advice to students thinking about attending Loyola: Get involved and embrace the welcoming and inclusive atmosphere, because there is a place for everyone here.  

See all Students

Julia Mulry
From my very first day at Loyola, I felt invigorated to experience growth in all aspects of my life. Getting involved on campus perfectly supplemented my commitment to my academics, making my Loyola experience second to none.

Meet Our Students