Loyola University of Maryland
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Loyola University of Maryland Description
Loyola University Maryland is a private Jesuit university. Our mission is to actively transform and inspire students to learn, lead and serve in today’s diverse and ever-changing world. We believe the time-tested Jesuit approach to living and learning is the strongest anchor and your most accurate compass for the future. Loyola is built to provide each student everything a Jesuit education can and should be: your mind expanded, your values deepened, your community broadened, your spirit lifted, your horizons widened.
At Loyola, our 4,000 undergraduate students have the advantage of an average class size of 20 students, a student-faculty ratio of 11:1 and 0 classes taught by graduate students or teaching assistants. With over 80% of our students participating in an internship, practicum and/or field experience, the 67,000 living alumni living around the world, and the unique approach used by our Career Center, it’s easy to understand why 95% of our graduates are employed, in graduate school or completing a year of service within 6-9 months of receiving their diploma.
Loyola will help you to embrace new perspectives. Shatter your preconceptions. Find your joy. Divine your truths. So that when you graduate, you’ll be ready. Ready to meet the complex demands of today. To anticipate and adapt to the needs of tomorrow. To forge and sustain a successful career that’s true to who you are. To build a life you love—and create the world you imagine.
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Associate's Degree Required: Strongly encouraged, but not required. Students may consider applying for transfer after having successfully earned 45-50 credits.
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