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    Loyola University of New Orleans ::: New Orleans, Louisiana ::: Southeast U.S.

    Loyola University of New Orleans

    • Located on 24 acres (9.7 hectares) on a historic oak-lined St. Charles Avenue, 20 minutes from the famous French Quarter and downtown New Orleans
    • Ranked No. 10 in Regional Universities, South, by U.S News and World Report 2017
    • 59 undergraduate programs and 11 postgraduate programs
    • 49% of undergraduate students live on-campus; housing is available for postgraduate students
    • Subtropical climate with pleasant year round temperatures.
    • ESL available

    Founded

    1912

    Campus Size

    24 acres (9.7 hectares)

    Climate

    Subtropical with pleasant year-round temperatures

    Student Body

    4,273 undergraduates; 756 postgraduates; 4% international

    Class Size

    20 students

    Faculty

    258 full-time; 90% with terminal degree

    Student/Faculty Ratio

    12:1

    Degrees Offered

    59 Academic Programs; 11 postgraduate programs offered within five colleges:

    Arts and Sciences

    Business

    Law

    Music and Fine Arts

    Graduate and Professional Studies

    Programs of Study

    Undergraduate Programs: Accounting, Biological Sciences, Biophysics Pre-Health, Business Analytics, Business-General, Chemistry, Chemistry with Concentration in Biochemistry/Pre-Med, Classical Studies with concentration in Greek, Classical Studies with a concentration in Latin, Classical Studies with a concentration in Classical Civilizations, Compostion, Computational Mathematics, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Computer Science with Game Programming, Criminology & Justice, Design, Digital Filmmaking, Economics, English - Film & Digital Media, English Literature, English Writing, Environmental Science, Biological Sciences, Environmental Studies, Social Sciences, Finance, Food Studies, General Studies-Humanities, General Studies - Natural Science, General Studies - Social Sciences, History, History with concentration in International Studies, History with concentration in Pre-Law History, International Business, Jazz Studies, Language & Cultures with a concentration in French, Languages & Cultures with a concentration in Latin American Studies, Languages & Cultures with a concentration in Spanish, Languages & Cultures Translation & Intrepreting Spanish-English, Management, Marketing, Mass Communication - Journalism, Mass Communication - Strategic Communications (Advertising/Public Relations), Mathematics, Mathematics - Liberal Arts, Music, Music Education - Instrumental, Music Education - Vocal Performance, Music Education -Vocal with General Music Concentration, Music Industry Studies, Music Industry Studies - Performance, Music Performance (Guitar, Keyboard, Orchestral, Vocal), Music Therapy, Philosophy, Philosophy-Pre-Law, Physics, Physics with concentration in Liberal Arts, Political Science, Popular and Commercial Music, Pre-Engineering (Physics), Pre-Law, Pre-Med/Pre-Health, Psychological Sciences, Religious Studies- Christianity, Religious Studies - World Religions, RN to BSN, Sociology, Sociology with concentration in Crime - Law & Social Control, Sociology with concentration in Global Sociology, Sociology with a concentration in Social Justice & Inequalities, Studio Art, Theatre Arts, Theatre Arts & Musical Theatre, Theatre Arts with Business Minor, Visual Communication

    Post Graduate Programs:  Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Music Performance, Music Therapy, Pastoral Studies, Religious Education, Counseling, Music Therapy, Criminal Justice

    Accreditation

    Loyola University is accredited by the Southern Asssociation of Colleges and Schools.

    Recognition

    Ranked No. 10 in Regional Universities, South, by U.S. News and World Report 2017

    Athletics

    Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cross-country, Golf, Indoor & Outdoor Track, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Competitive Cheer & Dance

    Club Sports: Basketball, Cheerleading, Crew, Dance Team, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Mixed Martial Arts, Quidditch, Rugby (Men's), Sailing, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball

    Arts

    Loyola Band, Loyola Chorale, Theatre program, music, opera,ballet, Maroon Newspaper & Literary Magazine (writers, editors, photographers), Artists exhibit works to Diboll Art Gallery, Crescent City Radio (on-line radio station), other ensembles: Chamber Orchestra, Chorale, Chorus, Concert Band, Electro-Acousic Ensemble, Instrumental Chamber Ensembles, Jazz Combos, Loyola Jazz Bands, Opera Workshop, Symphony Orchestra, University Training Orchestra, Vocal Chamber Ensemble, Wind Ensemble

    Extracurricular Activities

    There are over 100 active student organizations on Loyola's campus, 13 sororities and fraternities and service learning and volunteering opportunities are endless in New Orleans.

    When class is over, students can explore the old and new of New Orleans which is one of the most creative and friendliest cities in America.

    Campus

    24 acres (9.7 hectares) on historic oak-lined St. Charles Avenue, 20 minutes from the famous French Quarter and downtown New Orleans.  49% of undergraduate students live on-campus; housing available for postgraduate students

    ESL

    Yes, an intensive English program (LIEP) and a credit-bearing ESL transition program (pilot program)