Loyola at a Glance

Mission and Ministry

Loyola graduates find faith in all things. As an undergrad, Jonathan Pennacchia, ’14, studied economics in Loyola’s Sellinger Business School. Pennachia said his faith matured at Loyola, who became head sacristan in Campus Ministry his senior year. Conversations with Jesuits and his experiences in Campus Ministry have taught him to see God in all things, not just inside a church building.
Jonathan Pennacchia, 14

Business Travel

Our graduates “go forth and set the world on fire.” As a Loyola undergrad, Charles Kloch, ’64, majored in economics and business, but his love of travel led him to coursework in Spanish and Mexican history while also spending time touring major businesses in American cities. Since getting the travel bug at Loyola, Kloch, a retired banker, has traveled to an astounding 110 countries.

Climb Every Mountain

As a Loyola graduate, you’ll be prepared for anything. Take it from Christel Sacco, ’11, the first woman ever to participate in the Army’s advanced assault climbers course—a fast-paced, physically demanding training. A graduate from the ROTC program at Loyola, Sacco passed the course and mastered casualty evacuation, route planning, and how to ski in the military style. She now lives in Colorado with her husband Second Lieutenant Chris Carmody, a 2010 graduate of Towson University who completed the ROTC program at Loyola, and their German Shepherd, Kiowa.

Greyhound Nation

Loyola has a strong network of alumni across the country and around the world. They are proud of their Loyola heritage and truly embody the ideal of being “men and women for and with others.” Many alumni serve as mentors and role models, not just to Loyola students, but to everyone they meet. They are successful individuals who have followed their passions, set high goals for themselves, and have had many accomplishments in their personal and professional lives. We’re honored to call them members of our Loyola community.

Loyola graduates