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Professionally renowned, personally rewarding.

From undergraduate to doctoral work, Loyola’s psychology department prepares students for a transformative career in direct service, leadership, research, or education. Loyola psychology students weigh evidence, think critically, act ethically, and recognize and understand the complexity of individual and societal diversity.

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Loyola Clinical Centers

Loyola graduate and doctoral psychology students complete a portion of their training at the Loyola Clinical Centers, which provides state-of-the-art facilities and treatment for individuals experiencing difficulties in the areas of psychology, literacy, hearing, speech, and language.

Learn more about the Loyola Clinical Centers

Ranked in the top 15% of undergraduate psychology programs in U.S. News and World Report.


Hear from the Loyola Psychology Community

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Noor '24Psy.D. Student

I was confident that this was the program that would provide me with the tools and confidence to grow into a skilled clinician.

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Nadine '25Psy.D. Student

The professors are incredibly supporting, and they genuinely care about you and your success... The Jesuit education focuses on social justice, and diversity is integrated into all aspects of our curriculum.

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Michael Ashley-Mennis '10B.A. Psychology Alumnus

My time at Loyola inspired me to make service of others an active part of my career path.

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Marianna Carlucci, Ph.D.Department Chair, Associate Professor

Loyola graduates have a spark in their eye and a fire in their hearts. They are involved in their communities... They are working to create a better world for those who don't have the same rights or privileges.