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Julia Sanders

Assistant Director / Northeast Regional Representative

After eight years in Jesuit education, I took a two year hiatus, only to realize I truly missed the Jesuit education model . I’m so excited to be back, representing a school that so precisely articulates the modern Jesuit philosophy, as well as my own ideals.

The motto "Men and Women for and with Others” perfectly encapsulates everything I’ve observed about the students, faculty, and staff here at Loyola New Orleans. We are seekers of equality, we strive for academic excellence, we hold doors for one another, we are inclusive, and we work to make the world better. Growing up in a mixed-religion household, I attended both YMCA camp and Hebrew School. Though Loyola is a Catholic, Jesuit institution, I can confidently say that at our university, people of all faith backgrounds will find comfort. Students can maintain any religious/political opinion they might have, provided they can back it up academically.

I am so in love with New Orleans! I’ve spent a lot of time traveling the globe: I grew up in the Boston area, I've lived in California, and I've spent a lot of time in NYC, Chicago, and abroad. But, in all my travels, I've never experienced a city so alive, so diverse, so culturally rich, so creative, or with so much opportunity for success as New Orleans. Whether you’re an aspiring computer scientist, jazz musician, digital filmmaker, entrepreneur, teacher, health care practitioner (and/or everything in between), I urge you to come explore this city, this college, and this mission. We can’t wait to meet you (y'all)!

Office: Thomas Hall
Mailing address:
Loyola University New Orleans
Office of Admissions
6363 St. Charles Ave.
Campus Box 18
New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone number: (504) 865-3240
Worcester, MA
Counselor's Territories: Delaware, District of Columbia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia