Loyola University draws from our famous New Orleans location and our vibrantly intellectual Jesuit tradition to give you a college experience that can’t be matched anywhere else in the world.
As you discover your strengths and talents, a Loyola education challenges you to develop both your head, and your heart so that you can make the world a better place.
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Discovering life goals and creating a plan to achieve them is an integral part of your Loyola education. Faculty advisors and career coaches work with you to explore your interests, strengths, and values. They will point you in the right direction to fully develop your personal, intellectual and professional potential.
Emily Ramírez Hernández ’09
Emily Ramírez Hernández is the program coordinator for the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council.
How She Got There: She majored in Latin American studies; became interested in the social issues introduced in her anthropology, history, and religious studies classes; studied abroad in Mexico City and Viña del Mar, Chile; came home to make a difference.
Today, I interact with people at my job from Ghana, Colombia, Russia, Tuvalu, Pakistan, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, Bulgaria, Afghanistan, and essentially every nation with which the U.S. government has a diplomatic relationship, and what I learned at Loyola allows me to have a better understanding of our global neighbors.
Shaawn Ali, '08
Dr. Shaawn Ali '08 is chief resident at a Miami hospital, finishing up medical school and a program that had him traveling around the Middle East practicing medicine.
How He Got There: He wanted to be involved in the local health care system, majored in pre-med psychology, conceived and conducted a study on campus with his faculty mentor, won first place overall in the social sciences category at the Louisiana Academy of Sciences, turned down an offer for a full-time position with the Saints to focus on his studies in medicine.
In an age of globalization and multiculturalism, I feel Loyola was able to give me a head start in meeting and learning about people from various backgrounds and beliefs. I feel this exposure has allowed me to relate better with people I come across on a daily basis in my medical practice.
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