Loyola College in Maryland was set up in the year 1852. It is a Jesuit Catholic university whose main objective is to provide inspiration to the students to learn, lead and serve in this dynamic and changing world. The College has been named after St. Ignatius Loyola who is the founder of the Jesuit order of Catholic priests.
Loyola College in Maryland offers undergraduate as well as graduate courses. The undergraduate majors include:
Comparative Culture and Literary Studies
Some of the undergraduate minors offered at Loyola College in Maryland include:
The 3-2 programs offered by Loyola College in Maryland include:
Nursing with Johns Hopkins University
Physics/Engineering with Columbia University
The graduate programs at Loyola College in Maryland include:
Pastoral Counseling/Spiritual Care
Kodály Music Education
Speech Language Pathology
For application to undergraduate courses at Loyola College in Maryland, international students should meet the academic qualifications criteria and should be proficient in English. The candidates should also submit their TOEFL result scores.
Admission to graduate programs at Loyola College in Maryland calls for a bachelor's degree from a recognized institution of higher learning in the US or a proof of equivalent education in a foreign university. A complete application comprises an Application for Admission, all test scores and official transcripts, application fee, applicable essays and professional letters of recommendation. International students on a Student Visa (F-1) who do not have a degree awarded by a US recognized higher education institution must submit the TOEFL result scores.
Both on-campus as well as off-campus accommodation facilities are available at Loyola College in Maryland. The on-campus residential halls are located at the Hillside, Campion Tower, Charleston Area, Gardens Area and Newman Towers.
In order to stay in off-campus dwellings, students have to abide by certain terms and conditions. Loyola College in Maryland has agreed to restrict the non-residential commuter students from staying in dwellings located in Evergreen, Blythewood, Guilford, Homeland, Keswick, Kernewood, Radnor-Winston, Roland Springs, Roland Park, Wyndhurst and Tuscany-Canterbury unless:
The student stays with a relative or
The dwelling was originally designed like an apartment style living place or
The student stays with one of the friends of the student's family.
If you have any queries regarding off-campus dwellings at Loyola College in Maryland, you can contact the office of student life at 410-617-5081 or send an email to Studentlife@loyola.edu.
Loyola College in Maryland
4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21210-2699