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The Loyola Experience
Students relax in hammocks suspended from cherry trees outside the Sellinger School. Hammocks are a popular spot for Greyhounds to read or rest and can be spotted on the Quad and outside residence halls on warm-weather days.
Students gather at an outdoor table behind the Rev. Francis X. Knott, S.J., Humanities Center to have lunch and a coffee and catch up between classes.
A student relaxes in the grass of Loyola’s Quad, which serves as a central gathering place and the ideal spot for lunch, a cram session, a Frisbee toss, a slack-line break, or a stop-off before class.
A student takes in the view on a hike in Sydney, Australia, on an excursion during her semester studying abroad. Loyola offers 60 study abroad programs in more than 25 countries around the globe.
Iggy the Greyhound, Loyola’s official school mascot, hypes members of the women's lacrosse team before they take the field at Ridley Athletic Complex for a Patriot League faceoff.
Students enjoying one of the carnival rides at Loyolapalooza, the university’s annual springtime music festival, held on the Quad.
A student shares her idea at the annual Building a Better World Through Business pitch competition, which takes place in the spring.
Students pass time between classes on the Quad behind the statue of Saint Ignatius on a sunny spring day.
A student reads on the Rev. Francis X. Knott, S.J., Humanities Center porch, arguably the favorite feature of the iconic 19th century building and a beloved place to sit, talk, study, and take in campus.
Students learn wilderness survival skills during a training trip for student leaders of Loyola’s Outdoor Adventure Experience, a program that offers student-led outdoor trips like paddle boarding, canoeing, and backpacking.
The Greyhounds women's basketball team rallies before taking the court for a game at Reitz Arena.
Marie Yeh, Ph.D., associate professor of marketing, draws on her students’ ambitions—in her courses and in their own lives—to make meaningful connections in her classroom.
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The Evergreen Campus
Autumn foliage frames Loyola’s iconic pedestrian bridge over North Charles Street with its Loyola University Maryland signage.
Cherry blossoms bloom below the pedestrian bridge outside the lower level of Knott Hall, which houses the departments of physics and mathematics and statistics as well as the office of technology services.
The stained-glass windows of Alumni Memorial Chapel include this large lancet window above the altar. A Gothic chapel, Loyola’s has dozens of exquisitely designed stained-glass windows portraying Jesuit saints and apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Students finish lunch from Boulder Garden Café at one of the outdoor dining tables on the café patio.
The exterior of the brand-new Miguel B. Fernandez Family Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning. Opening for the Fall 2021 semester, the Fernandez Center creates a dynamic, state-of-the-art space where Loyola will advance student outcomes and our culture of innovation.
The interior staircases of the Sellinger School of Business and Management, which was designed by the same architects who designed Bill Gates’ home. Loyola’s business school and building were both named for the University’s 22nd president, the Rev. Joseph A. Sellinger, S.J.
The Loyola University Maryland sign, located on the corner of East Cold Spring Lane and North Charles Street in front of the Donnelly Science Center, welcomes visitors and neighbors to campus.
Students enjoy a sunny day in front of the Rev. Francis X. Knott, S.J., Humanities Center. Students flock to the chairs on the porch and patio to chat or study between classes, enjoy a coffee, or just take in the day’s events on the Quad.
Clouds float through a bright blue sky above Alumni Memorial Chapel, dedicated in 1952 to Loyola alumni who lost their lives in World Wars I and II.
Cherry blossoms outside the Center for Community, Service, and Justice, located in the Humanities Building, announce the arrival of spring at Loyola.
The Fernandez Center features a living wall, which improves air quality, reduces noise, and helps with temperature control inside the building.
Jenkins Hall, which was built in 1928 and once served as the University’s library, as seen from East Cold Spring Lane through the leafy foliage that borders the Evergreen campus.
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