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The Loyola Experience - All
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.
A student performs a back handspring during a Loyola Dance Company performance.
A student films interviews for GreyComm Studios, the university’s student-run multimedia production group housed within the department of communication.
Students clean trash from the Stony Run Stream on the West side of campus, which runs parallel to the Stony Run Trail. The trail follows an old railroad line through Baltimore City and leads to three parks.
Students exploring northern New Zealand during their semester studying abroad at the University of Auckland.
The women's lacrosse team hoists the Patriot League Championship trophy in celebration of their fourth conference title. The Greyhounds have been crowned conference champs five times since Loyola joined the Patriot League, in 2013-14.
A player on the men's lacrosse team winds up for a shot during a home game day at Ridley.
Student's hands are painted with colorful chalk after a day of community engagement and service with the local York Road neighborhood.
Iggy the Greyhound leads an ecstatic crowd of Loyola fans in celebration as the men’s lacrosse team is crowned NCAA National Champions (2012).
A student receives individual instruction with the cello during a practice session with George Miller, director of liturgy and music at Loyola.
A student inspects a microscope slide during a biology lab. Students apply what they learn in classes to practical labs—and some students assume leadership positions within the labs in their disciplines.
Students walking together across the bridge into Maryland Hall, home to multiple academic departments, Academic Advising and Support, Student Administrative Services, the Writing Center, and Messina offices.
The Loyola Chimes, Loyola’s all-male acapella group, perform at Chordbusters, the highly anticipated concert that includes performances by both the Chimes and the Belles, the University’s all-female acapella group.
Students attend class on the steps of Alumni Memorial Chapel. Professors often spontaneously decide to hold class outside on days when the weather is too nice to learn indoors.
Candles flicker during Hopkins Court Mass, a contemporary faith service held every Sunday at 10 p.m. in the Hopkins Court Lounge, a communal space in the Hopkins Court residence hall, celebrated by the Rev. Joseph Rossi, S.J.
Go Hounds! Students bleed green and grey on gamedays at Ridley Athletic Complex. Shuttles for student fans make the five-minute ride from campus to Ridley convenient, rain or shine.
Students visit the National Aquarium, home to 17,000 specimens representing more than 750 species, located in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The aquarium offers discounted tickets every Friday after 5 p.m.
Greyhounds men's basketball faces off against the University of Maryland Terps during an out-of-conference game.
Students explore downtown Baltimore by water as they ride the Water Taxi across the Inner Harbor.
A student exits the Career Center, which supports all Loyola students and alumni in career discovery, exploration, preparation, and pursuit through coaching, programs, career fairs and events, and opportunities for professional mentorship.
A student strikes a pose in Graffiti Alley in Baltimore to promote a performance by the student-run Loyola Dance Company.
A class discussion takes place inside the Honors seminar classroom. Taught by Loyola’s most distinguished faculty, Honors Program classes are small and combined with excursions, lectures, and extracurricular enrichment.
Students enjoying a concert on campus. Loyola hosts multiple concerts throughout the year, including Battle of the Bands. The winner of Battle of the Band opens for the headlining artist at Loyolapalooza.
Students and their professor engage in a Messina enrichment session during an outdoor class on the Quad.
Students network with a range of employers visiting Loyola’s campus during one of the many career fairs and events hosted by the Career Center throughout the academic year.
Students laugh and converse over dinner at one of the apartments on campus. Loyola has 17 residence halls, including double-room and apartment-style living, and students have access to kitchens all four years.
A student paints a vibrant night sky on a canvas in one of the studio arts spaces in the department of fine arts.
Students compete in a game of flag football on Diane Geppi-Aikens field, one of more than 12 intramural and 25 club sports for students interested in getting involved in some friendly (or more serious) competition.
Fireworks burst around the Washington Monument, located in the Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore, at the annual Monument Lighting. Loyola students enjoy Charm City’s seasonal traditions including the annual Monument Lighting and Miracle on 34th Street, which kick-off in early December.
Student musicians perform in Loyola’s Chapel Choir in Alumni Memorial Chapel.
A student shares her vision for a better Baltimore during a pitch competition.
Students carve pumpkins outside Hammerman Hall on an October afternoon.
Students engage with the Baltimore community and lend a hand (and a paint brush) at a local school.
A finance student in the Sellinger School of Business and Management attends class in the SELL, an innovative trading room managed by a team of focused faculty providing practical training to students learning portfolio management.
A student prepares for his broadcasted appearance in front of a green screen. GreyComm Studios is a student-run organization through Loyola’s communication department that affords students experience in television production and broadcasting.
Students admire the sunset on the final evening of an Outdoor Adventure Experience trip. OAE provides opportunities for all members of the Loyola community for teambuilding, finding community, and enjoying the outdoors throughout the academic year.
Students in an upper-level biology course focused on botany gain hands-on experience in the greenhouse, located on the roof of the Donnelly Science Center, to learn more about plant diversity and structure.
A student browses a special exhibit hosted in the Loyola/Notre Dame Library. The library features a variety of exhibits throughout the year for the Loyola and Notre Dame communities and the public to enjoy.