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Forever connected by our university, our experience, and our love for Loyola
The Loyola University Maryland Alumni Association serves and engages our 70,000 living alumni across the country—and the globe. Through events and programming, resources, and opportunities to serve, mentor, give back to, and connect with the university community, we support alumni through the trajectory of their personal and professional lives. We further serve to foster affinity to and increase pride among all alumni for their alma mater.
Make an Impact
There are a number of ways to engage with Loyola as a graduate and show your Greyhound pride—from volunteering or mentoring current students to serving on a committee or advisory board to attending networking or campus events. Discover the myriad ways alumni can connect—or reconnect—with our University and one another.
Serving as a volunteer is a terrific way to give back, pay it forward, and make a lasting impact. You decide what type of activity is of personal significance to you: every contribution of your time, knowledge, and skill is appreciated and valued. Stay connected to Loyola and share your talents for the benefit of our students, campus community, and fellow alumni.Explore volunteer opportunities
Make a Gift
The impact of a Loyola education relies on support of alumni to ensure that our university continues to provide a world-class Jesuit liberal arts education to the next generation of students who will lead and serve in a diverse and changing world. Whether you give to our Evergreen Annual Fund to fund academic scholarships, help support diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, name Loyola as a beneficiary in estate plans, or give to Greyhounds Athletics, your donation is guaranteed to make an impact.Explore ways to give
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Loyola Alumni at a Glance
A Loyola University Maryland degree is one of the most valuable in the country, according to a study completed by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce. Of the 4,500 universities included in the study, Loyola ranks in the top 2% in the nation for long-term return on investment (ROI), based on the average earning potential of alumni, relatively low average student debt, and a top graduate rate (83%).