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Loyola University Chicago

Loyola University Chicago

+1 773-274-3000

1032 W Sheridan Rd Chicago, IL USA 60660

Founded in 1870, Loyola University Chicago is a private Roman Catholic institution located in Chicago, Illinois. Loyola is known for its commitment to academic excellence and community service, and students appreciate its urban location and diverse student body. It is one of the largest Jesuit institutions in the country. Notable alumni include award-winning author Sandra Cisneros, The Office star Leslie David Baker, and former White House Chief of Staff William M. Daley.

Ranked 102 nationwide, Loyola’s acceptance rate is 71%, and its graduation rate is 77%. Annual tuition is $48,100, plus fees and housing costs. A total of 16,893 students are enrolled. Loyola offers 100 undergraduate programs and over 220 graduate programs. Loyola follows a semester-based academic calendar.
Located in the Roger’s Park neighborhood of Chicago, Loyola offers students an urban experience and closely-knit community. Its Water Tower campus is a short train ride away, located in the heart of downtown Chicago. Loyola also boasts a campus in Rome, where 400 students study abroad each year. Full-time freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus. The Loyola Ramblers compete in the NCAA Division I Missouri Valley Conference. Students can participate in more than 175 clubs and organizations, including 20 fraternities and sororities. Students who are interested in law might enroll in Loyola’s 3-3 Accelerated Admission program, in which students complete their bachelor’s degree and their juris doctorate at Loyola. Off campus, students can explore Chicago, shop, and dine one of the Miracle Mile’s outdoor cafes. Chicago offers plenty to do, ranging from classic Wrigley Field baseball games to festive parades.

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