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Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business earns AACSB reaccreditation

April 07, 2021

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management received reaccreditation for its business and accounting degree programs by the International Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools.

Shape the Future with Us at Citizen Leadership in the 21st Century

March 16, 2021

From March through June 2021, Loyola Maryland’s Extended Learning community ASPIRE will host a series of four 90-minute webinars. Each webinar is free and open to the public and will focus on a different aspect of global change and citizen action toward a shared goal of an equitable, sustainable, just, and cooperative future.

Loyola announces new discount for alumni pursuing another Loyola degree

February 08, 2021

Loyola is offering a new benefit to Loyola alumni who decide to pursue a graduate degree at the University. The new Double Greyhound Alumni Discount program, which launches this summer, will offer a 15% tuition discount to Loyola alumni applying to graduate programs.

Loyola to hold 5th annual Building a Better World Through Business events

January 27, 2021

Sellinger School of Business and Management will present its annual series of events celebrating ways that businesses create sustainable economic and social development in their communities. This year's events in the series will be held virtually and are free and open to the public.

Emerging Leaders MBA Celebrates 10 Years of Business Leadership

November 16, 2020

Ten years later, the ELMBA program is still thriving and growing. It’s among MBA Central’s Top 50 Fastest Accelerated MBA Degree Programs, with an international reputation for turning out talented young business leaders who are committed to social justice and innovation.

Support in the Classroom, Success in the Workplace during COVID-19

June 25, 2020

In what felt like an instant, everything changed due to nationwide COVID-19 shutdowns and Loyola transitioned to virtual instruction across all campuses and programs. The pivot to 100% remote learning could have meant a downturn in the semester, but instead it created a positive rallying point for students and faculty alike.