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Multicultural Awareness Program (MAP)

Three Loyola students smiling and talking in front of the Humanities building

The Multicultural Awareness Program (MAP) is designed to assist first-year ALANA students in acclimating to campus life at Loyola. Specific objectives of the program are academic enhancement, intercultural exploration, social adjustment, and community service.

Want to participate in MAP for the 2023-2024 academic year? Complete the MAP registration!

MAP Participants

Students who participate in the Multicultural Awareness Program will:

  • A group photo of MAP participants and mentors togetherBecome acquainted with the resources available to them at Loyola
  • Have a better understanding of classroom expectations
  • Meet members of their class as well as other ALANA students via team building & ropes course 
  • Have the opportunity to explore the Greater Baltimore area (Past excursions include: El Salvador Restaurant, Great Blacks In Wax Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, etc.)
  • Network with faculty and administrators
  • Move in to Fall housing assignment a week early

MAP Navigators

Through shared wisdom and experiences, MAP Navigators guide participants through their first days of college life.

MAP Navigators for the 2023 Pre-Fall have been selected and are excited to engage with the incoming MAP participants.

Please email Jason Summers at if you have any questions.