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Multicultural Awareness Program (MAP)


The Multicultural Awareness Program (MAP) is designed to assist first-year ALANA (African, Latinx, Asian, and Native American) students in acclimating to campus life at Loyola. Specific objectives of the program include academic enhancement, intercultural exploration, social adjustment, & service to others. MAP participants will have the opportunity to meet other students, faculty members, & administrators!

Upperclassmen welcome new students & share their wisdom about college life. A host of faculty and administrators share their expertise on how to best succeed at Loyola. Finally, students will have the opportunity to explore Baltimore, participate in team-building activities, build relationships and learn first-hand about the resources of the University. MAP participants will also have the option of signing up for an AMP (ALANA Mentoring Program) Mentor! MAP is a fun, stimulating way to begin the college experience at Loyola! 


Sunday, August 27 - Thursday, August 31, 2023




2023 Registration is currently closed


Jason Summers, Assistant Director of ALANA Services,

Questions about ALANA Services: Please email us at or call at 410-617-2310. 

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Important Dates

Summer Orientation 2024:
June 24th, 25th, 27th, 28th

Fall Welcome Weekend 2024:
First-Years: August 29th - September 2nd
Transfers: August 29th - September 2nd

What is an Evergreen?

The Evergreens are a group of student mentors who volunteer their time to assist new students in their transition to college. Evergreens represent a diverse group of students from various backgrounds, class years, and majors.

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