Admission Counselors

Tony Mantia

Tony Mantia

Admission Counselor

  • E-mail:  •  Phone: 773.508.6020
  • Hometown: St. Louis, MO
  • High School: Christian Brothers College
  • Degrees: BA in Advertising/PublicRelations, BA in Theatre, Loyola University Chicago
  • What I like most about Loyola: I love how Loyola integrates the city of Chicago into the classroom, the Jesuit mission, and the overall college experience. Students are able to gain real-world experience through research and internship opportunities in the city. Loyola offers a large number of service programs that enhance the greater Chicago community. Loyola provides a warm, state-of-the-art college campus immersed in the third largest city in America. It's the best place to grow into your own person.

  • Recruitment Areas:

    Outside Illinois:

    • Ohio
      • Akron
      • Cleveland
      • Toledo

    High Schools in Illinois:

    • Streamwood
    • Bartlett
    • Vernon Hills
    • Lake Zurich
    • Wauconda
    • Grayslake Community HS
    • Grayslake North Community HS
    • Waukegan HS
    • Warren Township HS
    • Zion-Benton Township HS
    • Lemont HS
    • Argo Community HS
    • Tinley Park HS
    • Lockport Township
    • Antioch Community
    • Lakes Community 
    • Reavis 
    • Grant

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