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Graduating Greyhounds

More than 1,400 students will officially become the Class of 2020 on Saturday, May 16. While their in-person celebration has been postponed, our graduates and their friends and families are invited to join us in virtual celebration.

As they embark on the next chapter, meet some of our undergraduate and graduate students who will be graduatingand learn how their Loyola experiences will shape their futures.

Abigail

Abigail

Abigail says her Loyola experience helped her see the medical field in a new light

Alessia

Alessia

Alessia has been dancing competitively—and for fun—since she was 5 years old. When she came to Loyola, she started the Loyola Irish Step Dance Club

Alexandria Agee

Alexandria

Alexandria says her Loyola education helps her find a sense of community and ethics in all that she does

Alyssa

Alyssa

Alyssa's experience conducting cancer research in Baltimore crystallized her career plans to become a physician

Andrew

Andrew

Meet Andrew, an aspiring clinical counselor who found his second home at Loyola

Brad Corino

Brad

Meet a marketing major who plans to apply his business degree to improve quality of care for his future dental patients

Chiara

Chiara

Chiara's Loyola experience is comprised of coding, mathematics, singing, music, and helping first-year students transition to college

Darby Major

Darby

Loyola’s Jesuit values helped Darby find her true passion of public health writing and communication

Ellie

Ellie

Ellie was just an eighth grader tagging along on her older brother’s college visits when she set foot on the Evergreen campus… she loved it right away

Isabelle Garrity

Isabelle

Isabelle credits her liberal arts education and her experience in leadership roles at Loyola with preparing her to excel in all aspects of her life

Jack

Jack

An 8-year-old Jack would have told you he wanted to be president of the United States; today the political science major still aspires to serve in government

Julia Mulry

Julia

Julia is a senior studying communication and looking forward to applying her Loyola degree to her future as a public relations/marketing professional

Kaitlyn Longo

Kaitlyn

A graduate student in Loyola’s Data Science Program, Kaitlyn is applying her new skills to help increase animal adoption rates at a local shelter

Kiersten Brown

Kiersten

This master's candidate says hands-on learning during her first semester at Loyola prepared her to work one-on-one with clients

Leanna

Leanna

Meet Leanna, a doctoral student who loves Loyola’s small class sizes and the emphasis on clinical and practical application and networking opportunities in her program

Marin Wiltse

Marin

Marin says she became a chemistry major thanks to the passionate professors in the department who made her feel so welcome

Mary

Mary

A doctoral student in Clinical Psychology, Mary says she was drawn to Loyola's program for its excellent reputation and the fact that she could gain immediate experience in clinical work

Rebecca

Rebecca

Rebecca believes there are amazing opportunities at Loyola for people who are interested in pursuing careers in mathematics and science

Samantha's headshot

Samantha

Samantha’s international academic experience through Loyola's Tech Trek inspired her double concentration

Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is proud to be a woman in STEM and excited for what her future holds

Victoria Akindele

Victoria

Victoria, who grew up in Nigeria and worked as an accountant, credits her Loyola education with preparing her for continued success as an accountant in the U.S.

Wende Weber

Wende

Wende, an engineer for BGE and current MBA student at Loyola, plans to use her degree to work in management