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Superior Education in a world-class city\r\nIt’s an extraordinary setting-the great expanse of Lake Michigan to one side,\r\na world-class city to the other. In the middle-Loyola University Chicago. Consistently ranked a top national university and best value by U.S.News & World Report, Loyola continues to advance the 450-year-old Jesuit tradition of rigorous academic study grounded in the liberal arts. With a 15:1 undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio, we help you prepare for meaningful careers with top programs in business, the sciences, and other disciplines, along with opportunities for internships in Chicago and beyond. Loyola’s well-rounded, transformative education will help you develop as a whole person-intellectually, physically, and spiritually. We’ll challenge you to learn broadly, to think critically, to serve generously, to lead with integrity, and to respect\r\ndiversity. As the largest Jesuit Catholic University in the United States, our students hail from 46 states and territories and from 26 countries. We represent and welcome all faiths and ethnic and economic backgrounds, with\r\na common purpose of building a better\r\nsociety. \r\n\r\nExpand your mind\r\nYour academic options are plentiful through Loyola’s 10 schools and colleges,\r\nwhich offer more than 70 undergraduate majors and more than 140 graduate, professional, and graduate-level certificate programs. Courses are taught by distinguished, senior faculty-93% hold the highest academic degrees in their respective fields. Major classes emphasize interaction and research,\r\nand seldom exceed 30 students. An undergraduate degree from Loyola requires 120 credit hours to complete and includes the undergraduate major, the Core Curriculum, and electives. You also may diversify your skills by earning a dual degree, double major, or double minor or by\r\ncompleting a five-year joint bachelor’s/master’s degree program.\r\nHigh-achieving students are invited to apply to the Interdisciplinary Honors\r\nProgram, which prepares talented and motivated students for today’s\r\ninternational community. Through the Loyola Undergraduate Research\r\nOpportunities Program (LUROP), students engage in hands-on research projects alongside faculty mentors. Loyola is also among only 8% of all American colleges and universities to host a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor society.\r\n\r\nEmbrace your faith\r\nWhat differentiates a Jesuit education from all others? It’s magis-the ideal that motivates us to become more, do more, do better. Our Jesuit heritage emphasizes commitment to excellence, faith in God and the religious\r\nexperience, service that promotes justice, values-based leadership,\r\nand global awareness. Loyola is a home for all faiths, with a diverse community of students from varying religious backgrounds.\r\n\r\nGet involved\r\nAt Loyola, we offer more than 175 student organizations. Students participate\r\nin activities to enhance their r�sum�s, learn valuable leadership and organizational management skills, make new friends, and enjoy a richer college experience. Loyola competes in more than a dozen men’s and women’s NCAA\r\nDivision I sports, including basketball, cross-country, golf, soccer, indoor\r\nand outdoor track and field, and volleyball. We also have a women’s\r\nNCAA Division I softball team and numerous club sports and intramural\r\nprograms.\r\n

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