Create something l u f g n i n a me
Want to impact the world? Think creatively. Get ready to brainstorm, push boundaries, and fuse divergent ideas. At Loyola youâ€™ll learn to see the world in new ways.
90% of students receive some form of financial aid (ranging from $2,000 to full tuition)
10:1 Student to faculty ratio
18 Average class size
100+ Campus clubs
1 in 3 students study abroad
PROFILE Admission averages: ACT 23-28 SAT 1080-1270 A/B average
39 NAIA (Division I), Club, and Intramural sports teams
OF LOYOLA MAJORS INVOLVE CREATIVE THINKING Whether you’re in the sciences or the arts, you’ll incorporate both to solve problems unconventionally.
BEST CITY IN THE UNITED STATES FOR CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS New Orleans is filled with culture and art—so it’s the perfect place to develop your craft.
OF LOYOLA MAJORS LINK COURSE WORK WITH REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE You’ll learn by doing— whether it’s interning with Facebook or exhuming mass graves in Guatemala.
JOIN OUR CREATIVE CLASS Test mouthwash additives to kill bacteria. Pitch your app idea to Tech Week investors. Track the link between weather patterns and stock prices. Loyola courses will push you to think in new ways.
GET INSPIRED What will your homework be? Scoring a TV scene. Paddling bayous to map invasive species. Covering breaking stories for the campus newspaper.
LEAVE YOUR MARK Treat New Orleans as your extended campus: Design brands for local businesses, archive oral histories of culinary landmarks, teach computer literacy at a homeless shelter.
TAP INTO OUR JESUIT IDENTITY Loyola’s Jesuit education develops the whole person. Your time here will combine reflection and action: thinking about what is just and using your talents to impact the world.
IMPROVE COMMUNITIES Organize a pop-up dental clinic, or teach teens about money management. From after-school tutoring to baseball camps in Belize, serving others is part of Loyola’s DNA.
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Loyola’s Jesuit education is a premium college experience that combines reflection and action: thinking about what is just and using each individual’s talents to improve the world. Our graduates are part of a global network of more than a million Jesuit alumni and are ready for fulfilling lives of leadership and service. Loyola is a place where academically talented students thrive. It ranks as one of the nation’s top Fulbright producers and among the best regional universities in the South. Students across all academic programs—from scientists to musicians to entrepreneurs to lawyers— use their talents to improve people’s lives, both locally and globally. Submit your application now to become part of Loyola University New Orleans! Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but we do have important application deadlines to be aware of. See the back of this brochure for more information.
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CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION Whether you are coming to Loyola for a degree or just one semester, we will help you make the most of your experience at Loyola, the beautiful city of New Orleans, and the U.S. The staff of the Center for International Education (CIE) is here to help you and provide the following programs and services specifically designed for the international student:
Student to Faculty Ratio 10:1 Average Class Size 18
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• International student orientation • Assistance with all immigration matters, including the Visa application process • Advising on cultural, linguistic, academic, financial, immigration, or personal questions • Administration of health insurance for international students • Organizing international festivals, cultural activities, and excursions to tourist sites Loyola New Orleans is highly recognized for its culturally diverse and welcoming community—and we hope that you will join us soon. ABOUT OUR LOYOLA INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM: Students who are interested in attending Loyola to study English as their second language may be qualified for our Loyola Intensive English Program (LIEP). For more information on this program, visit loyno.edu/liep
be you e u r t e b ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS
TOEFL Internet Based IBT
TOEFL Paper Based PBT
International English Language Testing System IELTS
79 and above
550 and above
6.5 and above
ABOUT OUR PILOT PROGRAM: Loyola offers conditional admission to international students who are academically admissible to the university but fall below the minimum English proficiency requirements. For information on our Pilot Program, visit loyno.edu/pilot
HOW TO APPLY: • Complete Loyola’s free online application or the Common Application • Submit original secondary school transcripts • Submit official TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, or ACT scores • Submit one letter of recommendation • Submit the Affidavit of Support and copy of your passport photo page ESTIMATED COST (ANNUALLY) Tuition and fees: $39,492 Room, board, and personal expenses: $14,539 Insurance: $1,500 Textbooks and supplies: $1,248 Total Cost
*Please note that these are amounts for the current academic year. Amounts are subject to change.
SCHOLARSHIPS: International students are considered for merit-based scholarships with a completed application and the submission of a valid SAT or ACT score. Scholarships range from $2,000 to full tuition.
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