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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.
Kate McLane, ’22, reflects on an unprecedented college semester as she learned, interned, and connected from home during COVID-19
A Loyola student shares six of her biggest takeaways from her fully online fall semester during her senior year, due to COVID-19.
Learn about Loyola's distinctive first-year experience: a living learning program for new students.
The Loyola experience goes far beyond classes to extracurricular activities, beloved annual events, bonding with peers over a good meal, ...
Loyola student leaders support and guide students through their first-year experience.
See what makes Loyola students passionate about their time at Loyola and leads to lifelong memories and friendships.
Loyola's annual springtime festival is one of the most popular campus events of the year.
Baltimore is alive with arts, culture, food, history, sports, and the more than 120,000 college students who live and learn here.
At Loyola, students discover new passions, like the ukulele, and learn things they never knew about themselves in the process.
There are many, many reasons to love the Loyola experience. Here are just 10.
Loyola’s ALANA Mentor Program fosters leadership, mentorship, and sense of belonging.
A recent grad shares how her Loyola experience has prepared her for life. All of it.
At Loyola University Maryland, transfer students find a welcoming community abound with opportunities.
A student explores a series of amazing trails that run parallel to Loyola's campus and through 15 Baltimore neighborhoods.
More than just a picturesque place for the college experience, Loyola's Evergreen campus is also an accredited arboretum.
Why being involved in a club that impacts campus culture matters to students.
Student troupes explore the world of theater, and gain production experience, and bring classic and contemporary works to life on Loyola's ...
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone: a student’s story.
Loyola's BSA Fashion Show fuses fashion and music with cultural themes.
Campus Ministry’s robust retreat programs offer students reflection and rest.
Life at Loyola goes way beyond classes, textbooks, and study groups. From our many clubs (such as ukulele club) to cheering on the ...
Loyola’s residence halls are spacious, modern, fully furnished double-room and apartment–style homes. They provide all the comforts of ...
Relay For Life of Loyola University Maryland unites the community to better the lives of those affected by cancer.
A student shares his list of top five things for Loyola students to do when the weather turns warm in Baltimore.
Nicknamed “Charm City”—and for good reason—Baltimore offers culture, sports, food, music, and more, providing an amazing backdrop for the ...
A look back at the year through some of our favorite images.
Connecting passions to pathways changed the course of a student's academic path, career goals, and life.
Loyola welcomes persons of all faiths to join our community of scholars.
Spiritual development is fostered at Loyola as Greyhounds engage with and explore diverse faith traditions.
Reflections on discovering Baltimore during the summer months.
A student shares seven ways her first-year experience was enhanced by the people and programs at Loyola.
We put our students on the spot to ask them the not-so-tough question "Why Loyola?"
Students take to campus to find out why 4,000 undergrads are proud to be Greyhounds.
The college experience at Loyola University Maryland is as much social, physical, and spiritual as it is intellectual.
Learn why Strong Truths Well Lived is much more than our University's motto.
If Loyola students have one thing in common, it’s that they live life to the fullest.