Admission Counselors

Erasto Martinez-Nieto

Admission Counselor

  • E-mail:   •  Phone: 773.508.7444
  • Hometown: Chicago, IL
  • High School: Brother Rice College Prep High School
  • Degrees: BS, Community Health, University of Illinois
  • What I like most about Loyola: Loyola is more than a university; it's a supportive community that welcomes and affirms students, faculty and staff from all diverse backgrounds. Our unparalleled location is of great value to our students, too. Loyola's location has the best of two worlds: a traditional college campus located in a quiet residential neighborhood, complete with historic buildings, green lawns and pathways-all alive with student activity on the shores of Lake Michigan; and just minutes away, a very urban downtown campus dotted with glass and steel highrise buildings, set against the bustling backdrop of Chicago's Gold Coast and Michigan Avenue, where business and city culture peak.

  • Recruitment Areas:

    Outside Illinois

    • Kentucky
    • Texas 

    High Schools in Illinois

    • Amundsen High School
    • Antonia Pantoja High School
    • Benito Juarez High School
    • Big Picture High School-WILL
    • Big Picture High School Back of the Yards
    • Brother Rice High School 
    • Curie Metro High School - Special Ed
    • Curie Metropolitan High School
    • DeVry University Advantage Academy
    • Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Alternative High School
    • Edwin G. Foreman High School
    • El Cuarto Año
    • Farragut Career Academy
    • Gordon Technical High School
    • Holy Trinity High School
    • J. S. Morton High School East
    • J. S. Morton High School West
    • Jobs for Youth
    • John F. Kennedy High School
    • John Hancock High School
    • Josephinum High School
    • Kelvyn Park High School
    • Lake View Academy
    • Lake View High School
    • Lane Technical High School
    • Latino Youth Alternative High School
    • Lawrence Hall School
    • Maria High School
    • Mather High School
    • Mirta Ramirez Computer Science Charter School
    • Noble Street Charter High School
    • North Town Academy
    • Northside College Prep Center
    • Roberto Clemente Community Academy
    • Schurz High School
    • Spry Community Links High School
    • St. Barbara High School
    • St. Benedict High School
    • St. Francis de Sales High School
    • St. Gregory High School
    • St. Matin de Porres
    • St. Patrick High School
    • Thomas Kelly High School
    • Von Steuben Metro Science Center
    • Walter Payton College Prep
    • Wells Community Academy
    • William H. Taft High School
    • William R. Harper High School
    • Young Women's Leadership Charter High School of Chicago
    • Youth Connection Charter School


  • Transfer Colleges:
    • Wright College
    • Harold Washington College
    • Daley College
    • Truman College
    • Morton College
    • Malcolm X College
    • St. Augustine College
  • Travel Schedule:

    Central Kentucky Regional College Fair
    Lexington Civic Center, Heritage Hall
    410 W Vine Street
    Lexington, KY, 40598
    Monday, October 17, 2011
    6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

    Philadelphia National College Fair
    Pennsylvania Convention Center
    1101 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Sunday, November 6, 2011
    11:00 a.m.-3 p.m.

From the Director: College Admission at Loyola


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