Loyola University Maryland

Baltimore, MD

Loyola University Maryland

Baltimore, MD

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Undergrad Catholic

More than ready: Loyola Ready.

Loyola University Maryland’s time-tested, distinctly taught Jesuit approach to education allows students to master the skills and develop the knowledge and traits they need to learn, lead, and serve in our diverse and ever-changing world. Your experiences here will be some of the most transformative of your life—as well as some of the most rewarding. You will become even more than you thought you could be: more knowledgeable, capable, confident, and committed to changing lives—others’ and your own. You’ll be prepared and eager to face whatever the future holds in your life and career that follow.

Mentorship and guidance
At Loyola, you will be individually taught and taught as an individual. Deep, meaningful, and sustained mentorship and guidance are the cornerstone of a Loyola education—and have a lasting impact on your experience and your life.

Career preparation
From the first day you step on Loyola’s campus until the day you graduate, you’ll be asking and answering fundamental questions about who you are and what you love. At Loyola, you’ll discover and forge paths that connect your abilities, values, and passions—and that lead you to your dreams.

A Jesuit liberal arts education
Depth of knowledge and breadth of experience; intellectual rigor and the ability to understand and consider diverse points of view; the constant challenge to improve. The future demands it all. And so does Loyola University Maryland.

Greyhound Nation
Greyhound Nation is a talented, driven, intellectually curious community that’ll inspire, encourage, and empower you to put your all into everything you do. With just under 4,000 undergraduates from 40 states, six continents, and more than 55 countries, Loyola is big enough to inspire and challenge you—yet small enough to be welcoming, personal, and accessible.



Named a Best Catholic College in America by Niche


Ranked #31 of 600 schools recognized for contributing to the Greater Good


Named a top school for Service Learning opportunities by U.S. News and World Report


Ranked #4 in the North region for Most Innovative Schools


Recognized as a top school for social mobility by U.S. News and World Report


• Advertising/Public Relations
• Art History
• Biochemistry
• Biohealth
Business Administration
Business Economics
Classical Civilization
Comparative Cultures & Literary Studies
Computer Science
Data Science
Digital Media
- Elementary Education
- Secondary Education
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Forensic Studies
Global Studies
Information Systems & Data Analytics
International Business
Leadership & Management Consulting
Performing Arts
- Music
- Theatre
Political Science
Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
Sustainability Management
Visual Arts
- Photography
- Studio Arts

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • "When I arrived at Loyola, I had a strong foundation in faith, but here that foundation has taken root. My theology minor has allowed me to create relationships, make ethical decisions, and use my values to inform my future."

    • Alexa, '24
      Accounting major, Entrepreneurship and Theology minors
  • "At Loyola I have had so many amazing opportunities in and beyond the classroom—including a grant for independent study and an internship working with the Catholic Education Generalate office and the opportunity to lead Kairos retreats through Campus Ministry."

    • Jack, '23
      Theology major, Business minor
  • "Loyola has helped me find my home away from home and has allowed me to give back to this community, which has given so much to me. I have discovered who I am thanks to this place and the people here."

    • Madison, '24
      Psychology major
  • "Loyola puts significant effort into mentoring and shaping students’ lives. Being a student at Loyola has taught me the necessity of working hard and taking genuine interest in people. I will carry that forward well into my future."

    • Gia, '23
      Accounting major, Information Systems minor