Sellinger Scholars Application Information
Please read the following instructions thoroughly.
Application information and help sessions will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020, from 4-5 p.m. in Cohn Hall 133 and Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Sellinger Hall 105.
Complete the below online application form no later than 9 a.m. on Monday, March 2, 2020. You will be prompted to provide contact information for a recommendation and to attach your required essay.
Submit an essay that responds to the question prompt below. Essays should be no longer than two typed pages, double spaced, 11-point font, margins no greater than 1 inch.
In light of the mission, vision, and language from the core value diversity highlighted below, please answer the following question:
How do you see your personal and professional development during college, and later as a professional, being shaped by the below mission, vision, and core value?
The mission of the Sellinger School of Business and management, in part, is as follows:
"The Sellinger School of Business and Management educates innovative, collaborative, data-driven, and principled students who will be prepared to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. Our Jesuit business programs are characterized by purposeful teaching, scholarship with impact, meaningful community engagement, and care for the whole person."
Further, the vision of Dean Kathy Getz notes the following:
“The Sellinger School of Business will be known for scholarship that encourages and supports business as a positive force in the world and for graduates who create or lead enterprises that contribute to prosperity and justice in Baltimore, the United States, and the world.”
And finally, one of Loyola's core values is diversity. In part, the core value stands for the following:
"Seeking to increase its own diverse nature, Loyola encourages openness to new discoveries, ideas, methods, and perspectives, and it actively encourages and celebrates diversity in all forms. This includes promoting 'awareness of and sensitivity toward differences of race, gender, ethnicity, national origin, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, and disabilities' [...] Indeed, Loyola sees diversity as an inherent source of richness and a necessary opportunity for learning and growth. Loyola also seeks to encourage all of its constituents to respect, value, and welcome 'the inherent value and dignity of each person' as a gifted contributor to the community as a whole. The University is of course committed to challenging and repudiating prejudice in all its forms, and to encouraging global and international awareness, both within and outside its curricula."
Your reference will be contacted via email to complete a recommendation form upon submission of your application. But you may also directly send the link for the recommendation form to the Loyola faculty or administrator you wish to provide a recommendation: https://www.loyola.edu/sellinger-business/academics/undergraduate/sellinger-scholars/recommendation.
While a recommendation from a Loyola faculty member is preferred, a recommendation from an employer, coach, or teacher is also acceptable. Personal recommendations will not be accepted.
The recommendation is due no later than 5 p.m. on March 13, 2020.
When will final decisions be made?
The selection committee (directors of the program) will review your application, essay, and recommendation. Final decisions will be available by March 27, 2020. Class size is determined by the quality of the applicant pool.
For more information or questions, please contact Jan O'Brien, email@example.com, SH 112.
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Online Application Form
Please complete this form in its entirety.