Discover the Loyola experiences that distinctly prepare students to grow, thrive, and succeed in the classroom, the community, their careers, and the world
Our Jesuit liberal arts education calls students to tackle academic challenges head-on, to redefine what’s possible, to understand how it all connects, to think differently, to strive for excellence.
David Carey, Jr., Ph.D., Doehler Chair and professor of history at Loyola, shares insight on and best practices for collecting oral ...
Loyola graduate discusses her new book, Launching While Female, and offers advice to journalism students
Multimedia Storytelling class brings community stories to life through service-learning.
Loyola's Sellinger Scholars program develops business majors professionally, academically, and personally, preparing them to be leaders who ...
The cornerstone of life at Loyola is relationships: meaningful, authentic, sustained relationships that foster personal growth and discernment far beyond your time on the Evergreen campus.
“Loyola enabled me to become the best version of myself.” A former student reflects on her experience.
Loyola student shares her experience launching GFTD app with its creator, her faculty mentor
Student-created Equalyze platform connects students with local businesses to give them real world experience in helping grow small ...
Loyola student leaders support and guide students through their first-year experience.
This place, these people, our spirit and traditions, and our shared experiences all comprise life at Loyola and the Greyhound Nation—a proud, dynamic, diverse community that challenges, supports, and emboldens each member to become their best selves and achieve success.
A Loyola student describes her typical day of virtual college, and shares how she makes time for self-enrichment and trying new things ...
A student explores a series of amazing trails that run parallel to Loyola's campus and through 15 Baltimore neighborhoods.
Five students share their take on the college experience at Loyola—a university large enough for countless opportunities, but small enough ...
A student shares seven reasons why Greyhounds love calling the Evergreen campus home
Loyola students acquire the knowledge, experience, and skills to make a living. More importantly, our students leave here having learned how to make a life. They graduate ready for everything they are about to face—today, tomorrow, and 20 years from now. More than ready. Loyola Ready.
Loyola student Maria Jaeckel advances her jewelry business, Blue Bone Jewelry LLC, with support from Loyola and Baltipreneurs Accelerator
Internships during college can round out your skills and prepare you for a successful career, as demonstrated by Loyola students
A communication major shares her experience interning with a public relations and marketing firm in downtown Baltimore.
Alumni share how their Loyola experiences led them to careers at the Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative in Towson.
Because nothing brings a story to life quite like a picture.
Loyola's Sellinger Scholars program develops business majors professionally, academically, and personally, preparing them to be leaders who work to build a better world through business.
Learn about Loyola's distinctive first-year experience: a living learning program for new students.
The Loyola experience goes far beyond classes to extracurricular activities, beloved annual events, bonding with peers over a good meal, venturing into Baltimore, and traveling the globe.
Experts. Scholars. Gurus. Guides. Loyola faculty are much more than exceptional teachers... They share words of wisdom for a successful transition to Loyola and first-year experience.