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Loyola has been consistently ranked in the top 10 regional universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report and is among the top 25 universities in the nation for service learning.
Our students and graduates are the best and the brightest: receiving awards such as Rhodes, Fulbright, Mitchell, Goldwater, Mellon, and British Marshall scholarships and fellowships.
Our professors hail from all over the world and bring with them real-world experience in their fields. And you’ll appreciate how they embrace the concept of cura personalis, or “care for the whole person” with personalized advising and mentoring based on knowing the whole you –– your mind, talents, abilities, and ambitions.
Loyola’s common curriculum connects multiple areas of study to enrich whichever of our 60+ majors and minors you choose. You’ll be prepared for long-term career flexibility because your knowledge base will be well rounded.
At Loyola, you can study just about anything. From musical theatre and digital filmmaking to forensic chemistry and business analytics. We’ve got something for everyone.
Loyola is proud to offer several academic opportunities such as the University Honors Program, Learning Communities, Research Opportunities, and Pre-professional study in Pre-Med and Pre-Law.
Our graduates leave Loyola with more than a degree –– they leave with an extensive amount of career preparation including internships, volunteer opportunities and more.
Your education at Loyola goes beyond New Orleans. A Loyola education can help you engage with issues and people around the globe through study abroad programs, international internships and our international visiting faculty.
Your academic success is important to us. Loyola is committed to providing students with support services to help when classes or assignments get a little difficult.
By attending Loyola, you are joining a community of diverse, creative, and talented future leaders.
You have a chance to rise to the challenge and become a Loyola Honors Student and immerse yourself in a challenging curriculum, a residential community and how the curriculum is different from our regular one.
The transition from high school to college can be tough. The Magis Program is here to guide you through the journey with academic support during your first year at Loyola.
To learn more, call 1-800-4-LOYOLA or schedule your visit online.