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Transcript of LOYNO - OPTION 1

Student Enrollment
Total: 5,082
3,255 undergraduates
58% are out-of-state students
4% are international students
39% are ethnic minorities

Student Centered Education
Loyola University New Orleans
Founded in 1912
Private Jesuit Liberal Arts Institution
One of 28 Jesuit Colleges & Universities in the United States
One of the TOP 10 regional colleges and universities in the South
Academic Colleges
Four Undergraduate Colleges
College of Business
College of Social Sciences
College of Music & Fine Arts
College of Humanities & Natural Sciences
Common Curriculum
All students encounter the Common Curriculum.
These courses embody the virtues and values of a liberal arts education.
It's the cornerstone of Loyola's programs of study.
NAIA Division 1 - men and women's basketball, cross country, tennis, track, women's volleyball, and men's baseball
Intramural /Club Sports - rugby, quidditch, dance team, and cheerleading
Wolfpack Athletics
Student Achievements
College of Business
Business Portfolio Program
Transitions "college life" to "real life"
Pairs students with an Executive Mentor from the New Orleans business community
Requires students to complete an internship
80% acceptance rate into medical schools for pre-med students
Research and Internship Opportunities
Teacher Certifications are also available to students
College of Humanities & Natural Sciences
New Freshman Profile
Average High School GPA: 3.54
ACT Range: 23 - 28
SAT Range: 1030 - 1260 (composite)
Math: 510-610
Critical Reading: 520-650
64% are from outside of Louisiana
Largest international markets include Nicaragua, Panama, Ecuador, Honduras, and China

Common Curriculum reflected in all majors
Minors are available in all degree programs
College of Music & Fine Arts
The only Jesuit institution with a College of Music & Fine Arts
6:1 student-teacher ratio
Auditions are required for performing music and theatre majors and a portfolio is required for visual arts majors
The Application Process
The Common App
LOYNO Online App
Personal Essay
SAT/ACT Test Scores
High School Transcript
Priority Deadline (Dec 1)/Admissions Deadline (Jan 15)
A Jesuit Education
Core Jesuit Values
Cura Personalis - care for the whole person
Academic Excellence
Spiritual and Social Growth
Ethics and Values
Social Justice
Opportunities to Effect Change
College of Social Sciences
School of Mass Communication
Public Relations
Internship Requirement
Criminal Justice, Economics, Environmental Studies, Political Science, and Sociology
Student Scholars
Our Graduates
Graduate & Medical Schools
Yale University
Harvard University
Stanford University
Vanderbilt University
Wharton Business School
Baylor University Medical School, Texas
Ponce School of Medicine, Puerto Rico
Tulane University School of Medicine, Louisiana
Employment Opportunities
ABC News, New York
IBM Corporation
Houston Symphony
Teach for America
Shell Oil Company
SONY Records
Washington Post
Over 85 student organizations
Greek Life
Active service opportunities/programs
Campus Ministry
University Sports Complex
Residential Life
required for freshman their first two years
Campus Life
There are programs in more than 50 countries
Over 1/3 of Loyola students graduate with an international experience each year
Study Aboard
Tuition $35,504
Room & Board $12,185
Fees $1,416
TOTAL $49,105
Annual Estimated Expenses
Note: There will be additional expenses for travel to Loyola, books, supplies
and other miscellaneous or personal expenses.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Loyola offers both need based and merit based aid
Automatic scholarship consideration with admission to the University
Academic Merit and Talent Based Scholarships available
FAFSA is required for need based aid
File by Feb 15 at www.fafsa.ed.gov
84% of Loyola students receive financial aid
Your Next Steps ...
Campus Tour
Complete the Evaluation
Meet with an Admissions Counselor (optional)
Contact us at 1.800.4.LOYOLA or at admit@loyno.edu for additional questions

Freshman Profile
Average GPA: 3.54
Test Scores (middle 50% reflected)
SAT: 1030-1260
SAT: CR (520-650)
SAT: Math (510-610)
ACT: 23-28
64% are out-of-state students
Largest international markets include Nicaragua, Panama, Ecuador, Honduras, and China

First Year Seminar
introduces students to university level learning

Introductory Courses

covers composition, math, history, philosophy, religious studies, and science
Advanced Courses
continues students' engagement with history, philosophy, religious studies, and science alongside the creative arts, social sciences, and ethics
18 Students
Average Class Size
Student Teacher Ratio
89% of full-time faculty hold terminal degrees
Faculty Advising
Full transcript