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100% of your gift helps Loyola meet its greatest financial challenge: academic scholarships for deserving students.

Loyola's Next Chapter

Loyola is investing in opportunities that reaffirm our commitment to Jesuit values, that further afford exceptional academic programs, that better prepare students for today's complex challenges, and that strengthen the University's impact and national prominence.

Bright Minds, Bold Hearts impact

Through the $100 million Bright Minds, Bold Hearts campaign, donors added $50 million to the University’s endowment, created 115 new scholarships, increased the funding of 55 existing scholarships, enhanced athletic facilities, and strengthened Loyola’s academic experience, including through peace and justice studies, global studies, and Messina. They supported the mission and ministry of the University, and they invested in the local community, bringing the York Road Initiative to life.

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News & Highlights

Photo of Nick and Suzie Simon with Terrence Sawyer, president of Loyola University Maryland

Nick, MBA '84 and Susie Simon, M.Ed. '81, make named gift to enhance Loyola’s Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The Simon Center will promote economic and entrepreneurial success in the state of Maryland through the Baltipreneurs Accelerator, as well as youth programs in Baltimore City, and other exciting new initiatives.

Learn more about the Simon Center
The Fernandez Center on Loyola University Maryland's Evergreen campus.

Loyola opens the new Miguel B. Fernandez Family Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning

The dynamic building is designed to help students innovate, learn, collaborate, and propel their careers forward. Follow the link to see a virtual tour.

Explore the new Fernandez Center
Photo of Anna and James Lambdin, MSF ’83

Loyola to receive $6.3 million bequest to fund opportunities for graduate students

A bequest gift from Anna and James Lambdin, MSF ’83 will support fellowships for graduate students in the Sellinger School of Business and provide fellowship assistance for graduate students in the speech-language-hearing sciences. The gift will be the largest in University history.

Michael Plott, M.D., '60, Larry Carton, '69 and Thomas Kenney Jr., Esq., '63

A giving streak

Many Loyola alumni make gifts to their alma mater every year. Meet the five graduates who have made a gift every year for over 40 consecutive years.

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