“Transferring to Loyola was the best decision I could have possibly made.”
Before arriving at Loyola, I was nervous that I would have a difficult time making friends because of my late arrival, but my experience could not be more different. Between my peers and professors, the administration and other members of the community, I have always felt genuinely welcome here, like I belong. I also really like the size of the community and small classes. I get individual attention in and out of the classroom. I have never felt so supported or accepted as I do here. Inside every crack and crevasse at Loyola is an opportunity supported by members of the community. There is something for everyone on this campus, and it really brings the community together when we all are a part of something we enjoy. Roughly 80% of students graduate with some sort of professional experience, so there are a ton of opportunities here for students to succeed during and post college. Additionally, Loyola has a stellar business program. With our university core, I am developing an academic foundation in all subjects in the humanities; with our business core, I am developing a strong foundation in all aspects of the business world; and with major-level electives, I am developing a focused foundation in my specific fields of studies.
—Paige Rohde is majoring in business with concentrations in marketing and management; she serves as manager for the Greyhound’s women’s basketball team and as a Greyhound Ambassador for the office of undergraduate admission.