We are excited that you are considering Âé¶¹¾«Ñ¡ as you explore your options for university studies! Founded in 1852, Loyola has a long history of academic distinction and career preparation—students who attend will be challenged intellectually and encouraged to build a worldview that will guide their actions long after they graduate.
Loyola uniquely balances the importance of human connection with the necessity for serious career preparation. Accordingly, we have been recognized nationally for both excellence in undergraduate teaching, and rank in the top 2% in the United States for return on investment. Here, you will find both a welcoming home and a strong foundation for your future.
Any student who will need a visa to study in the United States, or who already holds a valid U.S. visa, will be considered as an international student.
What is my student type?
A first-year student is defined as any student who is currently enrolled in secondary school, or who has graduated secondary school but has never enrolled in post-secondary courses at a college or university.
A transfer student is defined as any applicant who has enrolled in courses at college or university after the completion of secondary school.