Mentorship & Guidance
You are not like anyone else. Your academic experience shouldn’t be like anyone else’s.
Nothing sets Loyola apart more than the role faculty and other mentors will play in your experience here. In fact, few things will transform your life as much as the relationships you forge with professors, administrators, coaches, and other members of the Loyola community.
These people will be your guides, mentors, personal advisors, and champions. Your confidants when you need a listening ear. Your compass when you lose your way. They'll know what you’re capable of—sometimes even better than you do—and will be personally invested in your success. They will help you find your passion, gain the confidence to pursue it, and build the skills and experience to thrive in your field. Their insights, encouragement, and confidence in your potential will stay with you for the rest of your life…
The literature professor who recognizes your talent and encourages you to become a writer. The administrator who nominates you for a leadership role that leads to you launching a social movement on campus. The chemistry professor who sees your potential and invites you to conduct research with her. The club soccer coach who connects you to a life-changing internship at Under Armour. The writing professor whose past life as a war reporter inspires your interest in journalism. The academic advisor who helps you chart a course that allows you to study abroad and take classes for your major in a foreign language.
At Loyola, no one has the same experience, because here you are known personally and taught and supported as an individual.
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Academic Support and Advising
Meet our Faculty
At the heart of your academic experience are our renowned faculty: accomplished scholars and experts in their fields who care just as much about guiding you along your path as they do about teaching the topics they are passionate about.
On campus and off, faculty are constantly interacting with students—working alongside them in laboratories, taking them on tours of local businesses, advising them on their career options, listening to their personal concerns, even hosting groups of them for dinner in their homes.
More than any other factor, the relationships you forge with your professors shape your college experience—and the bonds between Loyola students and their teachers are often powerful, productive, and lifelong.
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