MAP is designed to assist first-year ALANA (African, Latino, Asian, and Native American) students in acclimating to campus life at Loyola. Specific objectives of the program are academic enhancement, intercultural exploration, social adjustment, and service to others.
MAP participants will have the opportunity to meet other students, faculty members, and administrators. Upperclassmen welcome new students and share their wisdom about college life. A host of faculty and administrators share their expertise and advice on how to succeed in college. Finally, students will have the opportunity to explore Baltimore, participate in team-building activities, build relationships, and learn first-hand about the resources of the University.
MAP is a great introduction to college life at Loyola. It is a fun, stimulating way to begin the college experience! MAP is coordinated by the office of ALANA Services.
Saturday, Aug. 25 – Wednesday, Aug. 29
$100 per person
Register for MAP
Registration for the Multicultural Awareness Program (MAP) 2018 is now closed. Please check out the ALANA Website to see other ways that you can get involved with ALANA in your first year!
Any questions about ALANA and how you can get involved? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 410-617-2310. Don't forget to like us on Facebook (ALANA Services), and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@ALANA_Services)!!