Loyola University Maryland

Honors Program

Perks of being an Honors student

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, we have had to suspend some perks indefinitely for our students' safety. We hope to restore them before too long.  

  • Small, advanced seminars with enthusiastic, engaged students and professors
  • Extracurricular activities and group dinners with classmates
  • Fall Honors Banquet
  • Fall trip to New York City
  • Annual Honors Christmas Party
  • Spring trip
  • Spring BBQ
  • Priority housing in Thea Bowman Hall, Loyola's newest dorm, (if desired)
  • Funding for trips to conferences and archives (application required)
  • First-come, first-served tickets to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and performances at Center Stage
  • Swipe access to Loyola's Honors Lounge and the Honors Seminar Room for meetings and group and private study
  • Free printing from three computers in the Honors Lounge
  • Early move-in for first-year students and their mentors
  • Friends for life (that’s what students and alumni tell us)
Robert Portway
Students

Bobby

Loyola’s liberal arts education and personalized approach to learning inspires Bobby to grow as an effective leader and pursue his passions

Global Studies, Modern Languages & Literatures, Business
Honors students posing for a group photo on a wooded trail during a hike
Honors Program

Why I'll always be glad I joined the Honors Program

Faculty mentors, engaging intellectual discourse, and opportunities for academic enrichment like excursions and field trips characterize the Honors Program, Loyola's learning community for high-achieving students.