Founded by Jesuits in 1852, Loyola University Maryland is Catholic liberal arts university in Baltimore. Loyola Maryland offers bachelor’s degrees in over 40 academic majors and minors. Additionally, all first year students participate in a peer relationship-building program called Messina which requires them to live in small clusters in order to connect with their fellow residents. As a Jesuit institution, Loyola Maryland celebrates daily mass throughout the school year and is also home to Fava Chapel which provides interfaith prayer and mediation services.
Loyola University Maryland represents community. It's a place where you not only grow as an individual but you learn how to work as a team. As a person you make strides to become men and women for and with others.
Jennifer from Sea Cliff, NY
Loyola is very good when it comes to academics, small, interactive classes. Your teacher knows who you are. If you want to study abroad we have great programs as well.