Impressions Of
Loyola University (MD)

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Loyola University (MD)

To Attend

  • “More specific for the education school: they have great opportunities for field experience for teachers and getting in the classroom right away.”
  • “The professors. I have gone through three years and I haven’t had a class where the professor didn’t know everyone’s name. I think that’s really important, and it’s really helpful for us to be able to go into their office and they know what your problems are already.”
  • “We are a Division 1 sports school, so you can get that experience of going to sports games. We don’t have a football team, but the basketball team and lacrosse teams are huge. You get that sense of a big school but we still have small classes.”
  • “The location in Baltimore.”
  • “The small class sizes.” [The average class size is 20 students.]
  • “The overall feeling of the community. Everyone is always nice.”

To Not Attend

  • “We don’t have sororities or Greek life.”
  • “It can feel a little unsafe at times. Not because anything is going on, but just because of the general crime statistics of the city of Baltimore. People are just on edge a little bit about it.”
  • “If you don’t like the type of place where everyone knows everyone, that’s the kind of school this is.”
  • “We don’t have a football team. Lacrosse and basketball are good, though.”
  • “It’s really expensive.” [Tuition for the 2019-2020 academic year is $48,700.]
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February 3, 2023

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