What I like most about Loyola: I love the sense of community at Loyola. As a graduate of Jesuit higher education, I love to see the charisms of cura personalis and magis lived out through our students, as well as through our staff and faculty. Loyola students are smart, well-spoken, and compassionate, and they truly live out the Jesuit mission in service throughout the Chicagoland area, the greater U.S., and the world. Oh, and let’s not forget study abroad! Loyola offers awesome study abroad opportunities to its students. I think everyone should study abroad!
I also appreciate Loyola’s commitment to experiential learning. Loyola fully recognizes the value of hands-on experience as a supplement to classroom learning and assists students in finding relevant internship, work, and service opportunities here in Chicago.
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