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Loyola University Chicago

President's Office

Strategy 4

Raise the reputations of the graduate and professional schools to national and international prominence and ranking. 

Estimated Cost of Strategy 4
$89,000,000 to endowment
$100,500,000 in new capital expenditures


TACTIC 1

Accelerate our efforts to improve the quality of our law, medical, and business schools in order to achieve top-tier status within the next decade.

Actions and Directions

TACTIC 2

Establish revenue sharing agreements for the business and law schools that provide authority and establish accountability for school deans to raise their schools’ external profiles.

TACTIC 3

Continue to assess and redesign each of our graduate and professional programs to ensure that a Loyola education is academically rigorous, transformative, and globally aware.

Actions and Directions

TACTIC 4

Develop new academic programs to meet the growing demands of emerging fields, particularly those fields that span traditional disciplinary boundaries.

Actions and Directions

TACTIC 5

Develop school-specific Centers that promote scholarly productivity, community engagement, and student learning.

Actions and Directions

TACTIC 6

Reorder our funding priorities to selectively enhance graduate stipend and post-doctoral opportunities that enhance our programs in areas of health and life sciences, ethics and social justice, and children and families.

Actions and Directions

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