Campus Life

With just over 4,000 undergraduate students—81% of whom live on campus all four years—you’ll be a member of a community that’s big enough to inspire and challenge you, yet small enough to be welcoming, personal, and accessible. Surrounded by people from different backgrounds and with diverse interests, you will be immersed in an experience that is sure to be rich—and guaranteed to surprise you.

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A collage of student photos and places on campus

Student Life

If Greyhounds have one thing in common, it's that they live life to the fullest


Our Campus


Classic. Lush. Modern. Timeless. Evergreen.

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Charm City

A major metropolis with a small-town vibe, Baltimore is walkable, bikeable, transit-served, and easy to navigate

Discover Baltimore

Purple flowers with students talking in the background
81 wooded acres in North Baltimore
A student doing a flip during a dance performance
200+ student-led clubs and organizations
Students hanging out on the quad, one of them playing a ukelele
81% of students live on campus all four years
Hands with paint on them after a day of service
64% of students engage in Service

Living at Loyola

Service & Social Justice

Service is at the heart of our approach to learning not only because it contributes to students' continuing education, but as it also reflects the Jesuit dedication to social justice. Loyola students serve on campus, in the local community, and around the globe with myriad programs and partnerships through the Center for Community, Service, and Justice.

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Religious & Spiritual Life

As a Catholic university, Loyola fosters a community rooted in spirituality that is integrated into daily life through experience, discernment, and promotion of social justice. Regardless of their religious beliefs, we invite all members of our community to grow in faith through daily Mass and prayer, faith-based student organizations, retreats, reflection, and interfaith dialogue.

Campus Ministry

Arts, Culture, & Media

Athletics & Recreation