Andrew Cevasco, '11, M.A. '16

Andrew Cevasco

Director of Undergraduate Admission
accevasco@loyola.edu
410-617-2735

States: Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont

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Hometown:

Rutherford, N.J.

High School: 

St. Peter’s Preparatory School

Further Education:

B.A. Political Science and M.A. Emerging Media, Loyola University Maryland 

What's your best piece of advice to a prospective student?

There are plenty of ways to get to know a school and get a feel for its campus if you aren’t able to visit. You can take a virtual tour, find the admission office on social media, explore your favorite major on the website, and always feel free to contact your admission representative if you have any questions—that’s what we’re here for!

What's it like to be part of a Jesuit community?

A Jesuit community provides you with the opportunity to be around people that truly care about how you are doing and want to see you do well. The people here believe in Loyola and its mission—it’s what makes this place feel so much like home.

What's your favorite part about Baltimore?

Baltimore is a city rich with history and culture. It has the tall glass buildings and downtown area of your typical city, but it also has the small, charming neighborhoods that make it so accessible. From the Senator Theatre and restaurants of Belvedere Square, to the quirky colors of Hampden, to the cobblestone streets of Fells Point, to the B&O Railroad Museum in Pigtown—this city was made to be explored.