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Joining the Wolf Pack is more than packing up your student and sending them down to New Orleans for college. It’s about the connection you and your child will always have to the tight-knit, traditional and spiritual community of Loyola University New Orleans.
As a Catholic, Jesuit University, Loyola is an academic community dedicated to the education of the whole person. By thinking critically and acting justly, students are to embody the Ignatian ideals of faith, truth, justice, and service. Loyola graduates use the skills and knowledge they’ve acquired in college to change the world around them in their careers, their continued service projects and in their lives as men and women with and for others.
College is a big step and transition for your family and we’re here to guide you and your student through process of preparing for their future and answer any questions you may have.
Help your student narrow down a major, learn about all the academic support offered and career preparation.
The Loyola college experience is more than just sitting in a classroom –– it’s about being involved in student organizations, enjoying on-campus housing and exploring the culture and traditions of New Orleans.
Investing in your student’s future is key so learn about tuition and fees, scholarships, financial aid, and how to manage costs.
Get an inside look at Loyola through our 2015 viewbook.
Your student can begin the application process here and learn about all the documents they’ll need to apply. Also, if your student is admitted into Loyola, everything they will need to know about enrolling is here.
Some things are better seen in person. Schedule a visit with your student at Loyola University or take the virtual tour together. It’s important that both you and your student get a good idea of the energy and environment of Loyola.
Stay up-to-date with all the important events at Loyola such as President’s Open House, arts events and special programs.
Loyola is located in the beautiful Uptown New Orleans neighborhood and the university puts the safety of its students, staff, and faculty first. We provide shuttle services, safety escorts, and around the clock police protection, and students are able to report off-campus incidents to LUPD and NOPD through a free app called Rave Guardian.
In a city rich with food, Loyola provides healthy and filling choices for on-campus dining with specialized menus for those with restricted diets and allergies.
Our admissions counselors are here to help: (504) 865-3240, contact form, email, or staff contact info.