Maureen Dormer, '21
Maryland Counties: Baltimore County (excluding Loyola Blakefield and Notre Dame Preparatory School), Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Kent, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester
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Sacred Heart Academy
B.A. Psychology, Loyola University Maryland
Loyola is more than simply an education but also an experience through the number of opportunities for connection within the campus community, as well as the greater-Baltimore community. You are not just a student in the classroom during your time here, but you also have the opportunity to grow as an individual through the experiences at your fingertips. This could range from kayaking on an Outdoor Adventure trip, tutoring students at a local school, or navigating the streets of a city abroad. You do not graduate in four years with just a fantastic Loyola education, but also a meaningful Loyola experience.
What’s it like to be part of a Jesuit community?
A Jesuit community is built on the idea of inclusivity and focus on how each individual can have a pivotal and positive impact. Loyola community exemplifies this idea through its mission of cura personalis and an understanding that an education can be tailored to the individual and can be brought further into the world in a more wholistic way through hands-on experience and personal connection. Being a part of this community means being seen for one’s own worth, as well as have options for personal development and growth through education, reflection, and experience.