Discover the Loyola experiences that distinctly prepare students to grow, thrive, and succeed in the classroom, the community, their careers, and the world
Our Jesuit liberal arts education calls students to tackle academic challenges head-on, to redefine what’s possible, to understand how it all connects, to think differently, to strive for excellence.
Loyola’s Radio Storytelling class shares stories of frontline workers during the pandemic.
Experts. Scholars. Gurus. Guides. Loyola faculty are much more than exceptional teachers. Hear their words of wisdom for a successful first ...
During the pandemic, many LCC programs continued in a virtual format, such as helping children learn literacy skills and how to manage ...
Loyola's economics degree options, which feature interactive and transformative discussion around real world social issues and business ...
The cornerstone of life at Loyola is relationships: meaningful, authentic, sustained relationships that foster personal growth and discernment far beyond your time on the Evergreen campus.
Loyola student leaders support new students and help them have an enjoyable and inspiring first year.
Loyola's Career Center provides a broad spectrum of services to students and alumni, tailoring those services for each person's individual ...
Jesuit education acquired at Loyola University Maryland best prepares students for academic achievement, the new world of work, and a ...
Loyola’s ALANA Mentor Program fosters leadership, mentorship, and sense of belonging.
This place, these people, our spirit and traditions, and our shared experiences all comprise life at Loyola and the Greyhound Nation—a proud, dynamic, diverse community that challenges, supports, and emboldens each member to become their best selves and achieve success.
The Loyola experience goes far beyond classes to extracurricular activities, beloved annual events, bonding with peers over a good meal, ...
See what makes Loyola students passionate about their time at Loyola and leads to lifelong memories and friendships.
At Loyola, students discover new passions, like the ukulele, and learn things they never knew about themselves in the process.
Baltimore is alive with arts, culture, food, history, sports, and the more than 120,000 college students who live and learn here.
Loyola students acquire the knowledge, experience, and skills to make a living. More importantly, our students leave here having learned how to make a life. They graduate ready for everything they are about to face—today, tomorrow, and 20 years from now. More than ready. Loyola Ready.
A communication major shares her experience interning with a public relations and marketing firm in downtown Baltimore.
Alumni share how their Loyola experiences led them to careers at the Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative in Towson.
Journey through the 1460 days of a typical Loyola student and see how their experiences lead them to be Loyola Ready.
Greyhounds graduate ready for anything, ready for everything.
Because nothing brings a story to life quite like a picture.
The Loyola experience goes far beyond classes to extracurricular activities, beloved annual events, bonding with peers over a good meal, venturing into Baltimore, and traveling the globe.
Experts. Scholars. Gurus. Guides. Loyola faculty are much more than exceptional teachers. Hear their words of wisdom for a successful first year.
Loyola's economics degree options, which feature interactive and transformative discussion around real world social issues and business decisions, develop industrious and adaptable students that are more than ready for a wide variety of career paths.
Physics majors select from three tracks that are specialized for various career paths. A liberal arts education is proven to develop better scientists, and Loyola offers plentiful research opportunities and an opportunity to foster meaningful relationships with faculty.