More than any other factor, the relationships you forge with your professors shape your college experience—and the bonds between Loyola students and their teachers are often powerful, productive, and lifelong.
At Loyola classes are kept small to allow for an exceptional degree of personal interaction, and professors care just as much about guiding you along your path as they do about teaching the topics they are passionate about. On campus and off, professors are constantly interacting with students—working alongside them in laboratories, taking them on tours of local businesses, advising them on their career options, listening to their personal concerns, and hosting groups of them at home for dinner.
What kind of college experience do you want yours to be?
Meet our academic community
Faculty by the Numbers
of faculty hold a Ph.D. or terminal degree
359 full-time faculty
faculty of color
of faculty are tenured or tenure-track
CLASSES TAUGHT BY GRADUATE STUDENTS OR TEACHING ASSISTANTS
Meet Our Faculty
Loyola College of Arts and Sciences
Sellinger School of Business