As a counselor, you have a very important job. You’re advising students on big decisions and we’ve gathered all the information you need to tell students about Loyola University New Orleans.
Loyola University New Orleans is the place where students discover their strengths and talents and obtain an education that challenges them to develop both their head and their heart. With its Jesuit roots, a Loyola education will motivate students to be the most they can be and to seek the “magis” –– Latin for “the more” –– in the person they become.
Our 10:1 student-to-professor ration allows for small, personalized discussion-oriented classes and the U.S. News and World Report consistently ranks Loyola in the top 10 regional universities in the south and among the top 25 universities in the nation for service learning.
At Loyola, each student is treated as an individual with individual needs and strengths. In reviewing your application, the Office of Admissions makes a decision based on several factors:
There are no minimum test score requirements for admission. The highest SAT critical reading and SAT math scores from separate exams if you take the test multiple times; however, ACT scores will not be superscored.
The personal statement is an opportunity for us to get to know the student as an individual, not just a set of test scores and grades. We encourage students to use this essay as a way to tell their story and how they would fit in the Loyola community.
Loyola offers as many scholarships as there are students. For freshman and transfer students, scholarships are based on outstanding academic achievement, competitive test scores and significant community involvement. Learn more about a variety of tools for your students to finance their education.
For College of Music and Fine Arts Applicants, an audition, interview and/or portfolio review is required. Click here for more information.
When your student is admitted into Loyola, they will need to formally accept Loyola’s offer by paying the enrollment deposit by MAY 1. They will also need to sign up for New Student Orientation, which takes places during the summer before they start at Loyola. Visit our First Year Students checklist for more information about joining the Wolf Pack.
We invite and encourage college, guidance, and independent counselors as well as community-based professionals to visit us. You can join a regularly scheduled group tour or arrange for an individual appointment. We’d love to talk with you, so please reach out to the admissions counselor assigned to your area.
After you’ve visited, encourage your students to visit in person during one of our on-campus tours. It is the perfect way for them to get a feel of the campus, see students at work and learn more about Loyola.
Get an inside look at Loyola through our 2016 viewbook.