Loyola University New Orleans

Loyola University New Orleans


At Loyno, you define who you want to be: a free-thinker, an entrepreneur, a risk-taker, a scientist, a creative, and above all yourself — the thing no one else can be. This education lets you find that. It allows you to do more than transform yourself; it allows you to transform into yourself.  On May 28, 1912, a bill was introduced in the Louisiana Senate by Senator William H. Byrnes, Jr., of Orleans Parish which proposed to grant a university charter to Loyola. It was passed unanimously and sent to the State House of Representatives. There was some backstage opposition, and Father Biever, fearing a fatal snag, made an impassioned speech to the house. The bill passed, and on July 10, 1912, the governor signed the act authorizing Loyola to grant university degrees. Under the direction of the dynamic Father Biever and with the advice and financial support of New Orleans citizens, the new university grew dramatically. Thomas Hall, residence for the fathers, was dedicated in 1912. The new church known as the McDermott Memorial, with its soaring tower, arose in 1913.

Meet your new neighbors: Artists, scientists, inventors, leaders, thinkers, dreamers – you. When you’re part of the Wolf Pack, you’re constantly in action. The Loyola campus community is welcoming and active, so it’s easy for you to connect, thrive, and transform. 90%of Loyola students participate in at least one experiential learning opportunity internships, service learning. Club Sports are self-organized and self-run university chartered student organizations that are sponsored by the Department of Student Involvement. They are designed to serve individual interests in different sports and recreational activities, and can be competitive, non-competitive or instructional in nature. 



New Orleans








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6363 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA


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