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Loyola University Chicago Mission Statement

A snapshot into what it's like to be a part of the Jesuit Tradition.
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Marissa Sury

on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of Loyola University Chicago Mission Statement

"We are Chicago's Jesuit Catholic University- a diverse community seeking God in all things and Working to expand knowledge in the service of humanity through learning, justice and faith." Loyola University Chicago Mission Statement: Diverse Community Loyola strives to be an accepting community to all types of people, as well as provide a plethora of opportunities to explore culture. Race, social status, gender, and sexual orientarion have absolutely no bearing on how a person is treated here. At Loyola, we are all Ramblers! Loyola doesn't simply offer educational growth. Being a student here means attempting to grow in all aspects of your life, including your faith. Religious services and clubs are offered and encouraged for all faiths. Here, its okay to explore! Seeking God in All Things Loyola offers a student-led mass every week at the Madonna Della Strada church on campus! One of the coolest parts is that anyone can be in the choir! Be a part of something BIG! This Could Be YOU! Expand Knowledge in the Service of Humanity Learning It is important to be an engaged learner if you truly want to change the world. The more you grow in your education, the more equipped you are to provide a service back to the community. The Core curriculum typical of a jesuit tradition provides an opportunity for students to attain a well-rounded education, and also gives undecided students a chance to get their feet wet before deciding on a major. Also known as "moral rightness." At Loyola, service is seen as a moral obligation to humanity. The best part though, is that by serving others, we in turn serve ourselves! By extending our passion to improve the world around us, we have an opportunity to learn about ourselves, and continue on the path of knowledge. Justice Faith The greatest gift anyone ever gave to me was the encouragement to continue my religious journey. Being there for others can be one of the greatest services to humanity. P.S.
Loyola provides a Companion for you,
so anytime you need a spiritual friend ,
someone to listen, or you just like
homemade treats, you don't have to look
far! A Few Values... Diversity
Faith
Leadership
Culture
Service A Living Statement The core helped me discover my love of literature and theology!!!!!
A Living Statement Making such diverse friends has greatly increased my understanding of the world. I am so grateful to have made such incredible and unique friends! A Living Statement Loyola has encouraged me to experience other faiths before I form opinions of them. Are You Rambler Material? Unique city experience
Accepting community
The friendliest campus!
Service Opportunities Are you ready To... Grow as a leader?
Serve a greater purpose?
Attain an excellence education? Welcome To Your New Home, RAMBLER!!! Works Cited University Mission Statement. Loyola University Chicago. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. <http://www.luc.edu/mission/aboutus/mission_vision.shtml>. "Justice." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 17 Sept. 2012. <http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/justice?s=t>.
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