Honors and Scholars Programs

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The Honors Program

The Honors Program brings together students and faculty who seek not only academic achievement but also intellectual challenge and growth. The curriculum offers students a fully integrated program of study that is both rigorous and interdisciplinary and is designed to be flexible enough to accommodate the requirements of all majors across the University. Taught by Loyola's most distinguished faculty, Honors classes are small and are combined with an extensive program of excursions and events, discussions and lectures, and extracurricular enrichment.

Application deadlines:
Early Action - Dec. 15
Regular Decision - Feb. 15

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CPaMS Scholars Program

This program features an interdisciplinary course of study in computer science, physics, mathematics, statistics, and data science and offers need-based scholarship opportunities in these fields. Students benefit from learning in a cohort and from faculty mentorship and opportunities for competitive internships, networking, and career development in STEM fields beyond Loyola.

Application deadlines:
Early Action - Jan. 8
Regular Decision - Feb. 10

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Sellinger Scholars Program

This four-year honors program in business administration in designed to prepare high-achieving, highly-motivated students for roles of business leadership and service. Through the Sellinger Scholars Program, classroom education is augmented through unique opportunities to interact with business professionals and community leaders and it is completed with skills-based learning.

Application deadlines:
Early Action - Dec. 15
Regular Decision - Feb. 15

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Ignatius Scholars Program (ISP)

This program is designed for first-year students who exhibit strong academic promise and leadership abilities. The program provides opportunities for students who demonstrate significant financial need and/or identify as first-generation college students, many of whom come from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. Students apply to the ISP Program after submitting their enrollment deposit to the university.

Application deadline: May 27

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