Loyola University Maryland

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Loyola University Maryland is a Catholic, Jesuit comprehensive university committed to passing on the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus. Students can choose from more than 35 undergraduate majors and more than 20 graduate programs. Some of the most popular areas of study are biology, psychology, and business. LUM also encourages experiential learning, with 80% of students participating in an internship, practicum, or field experience.

  • More than half the students at LUM study abroad with programs in more than 40 different countries. 
  • More than three-quarters (88%) of undergraduate students at LUM receive some form of financial assistance. 
  • With more than 200 clubs and organizations on campus, students can get involved in anything from honor societies and academic clubs to special-interest groups. 
  • Students are also involved in service projects like Soccer without Borders and Govans Ecumenical Development Corporation that provides senior, community, and homeless services.