Loyola University Maryland was founded by Jesuits in 1852 and follows a liberal arts curriculum. Community service and study abroad is encouraged with many students participating at the Center for Community Service and Justice and traveling to one of 19 countries such as China, Ireland, and New Zealand. U.S. News & World Report ranks Loyola University Maryland as #4 in Regional Universities North. A core curriculum must be completed by all students that includes courses in philosophy, theology, and ethics.
a place where you can feel at home, the campus is wonderful, and the academics are strong. everyone is friendly and will answer any questions you have with a smile and if they don't know it they will make sure to find someone who can help you. also the professors love when students come to them with questions, if the student can't come in their office hours they will make sure to schedule a time that works with the students schedule.
Filip from Arnold, MD
loyola cost a lot, but is very challenging and allows the student to learn, instead of giving out a's. loyola cares for the student's mind, body and spirit. loyola is pricey but a great school.