The diversity and overall sense of goodwill among the student body makes for a really comfortable and stimulating learning environment. The professors here are so accessible and always eager to help students. Loyola’s student population is a good size too- not too big, not too small, which also makes for smaller, intimate class sizes. Not to mention that it’s beautiful Uptown New Orleans location is in one of the country’s largest cultural capitals.
The school spirit as far as sports goes isn’t very high, which sort of has to do with the fact that we’re in the NAIA Division and that we don’t have a football team. It’s not that students don’t love the school, it’s just that sports are hardly a priority for anyone so turnout at games isn’t high for the most part.
Yes, Honestly, choosing to go to a Jesuit school in a city like New Orleans was the best decision I’ve ever made. Not only am I getting a top-notch education that covers a vast array of fields, but I’m in constant interaction with a campus community that genuinely cares for me and wants to see me succeed.
Biggest influence when choosing this school Reputation
The financial aid process went smoothly and I received the financial aid I needed.
Professors are generally Accessible
The night life is Epic
Every student at this school needs Sunglasses, an umbrella, and a sense of humor
Most students spend their Saturday nights Most stay in the Uptown area or on Frenchmen St. downtown for live music or the bar scene
Went to McGill-Toolen Catholic High School
Currently a Sophomore
Favorite class is World Religions
Favorite professor is Dr. Sumich
Favorite activity is Greek Life
Another awesome thing is The St. Charles streetcar and Audobon Park are practically on campus
Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? Have a well-rounded application (Essay, Rec Letters, Extracurriculars, & Academics)
I wish I knew How much more fun New Orleans is to live in than I had thought before!