Loyola University Chicago's College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is the ideal undergraduate setting for students to develop awareness of past and present dimensions of human culture, to seek truth, to confirm their dedication to others, and to strengthen their courage to build a future for the human family.
Since 1870, the College of Arts and Sciences has advanced the 450-year-old Jesuit tradition of rigorous academic study, firmly grounded in the liberal arts. CAS prepares students for meaningful careers with top academic programs in the arts and sciences and a focus on each student's development as a whole person. Located on Loyola's two main Chicago campuses, the college provides undergraduate students with many opportunities to engage the world and to get a head start on their future careers through volunteer positions and internships.
- Sujack Award for Teaching Excellence
- Master Teachers