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Loyola University Maryland College of Arts and Sciences

Loyola University Maryland College of Arts and Sciences

Loyola University Maryland College of Arts and Sciences

Introduction

"Loyola," the surname of St. Ignatius, founder of the Jesuits, carries deep meaning and history at Jesuit schools and universities across the country and around the world.

Loyola College in Maryland was the first institution in the United States to bear the name Loyola, and over the course of more than 150 years, the name Loyola College came to represent a rich and wonderful history of educational excellence, enduring values, and commitment to the Jesuit tradition of the liberal arts. While the University has assumed a designation that more clearly captures the nature of its programs, the "Loyola College" name lives on in the University's school of arts and sciences, the cornerstone of the Jesuit approach to education.

Locations

  • Baltimore

    North Charles Street,4501, 21210, Baltimore

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