Andrew Lucibella, '18
States: Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island
Maryland Counties: Baltimore County (excluding Loyola Blakefield, and Notre Dame Preparatory School), Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Harford, Kent, Queen Anne's, Saint Mary's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester
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Wethersfield High School
B.A. History, Loyola University Maryland, and M.A. History, University of Massachusetts Boston
Loyola’s unique first-year experience called Messina will not only help you transition smoothly from high school to college, but also help you learn more about who you are as a person. Using our Jesuit ideals as a foundation, Messina offers you academic and extracurricular support by providing a deeply dedicated network of peers and professionals. You’ll practice discernment on career goals, share laughs with your classmates, and spend time off campus getting to know our community. Coming from about six hours away, I knew I needed a place where I could find all the support I needed right at my fingertips. Messina provided exactly that – and so much more!
What's your best piece of advice for a prospective student?
Breathe! I recall feeling overwhelmed by my own college search, but remember that your admission counselor is here for you. No question is too small to ask – we want you to feel like you have all the information you need to make the best decision for your future. We know it’s difficult, but we are here to be your resource as you navigate this process.