Student Successes

Loyola's students are future accountants, journalists, philosophers, scientists, musicians, and leaders who already make a difference!

  • The Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP), a student-run organization, places over 100 Loyola volunteers each semester in social work and community development projects.

  • Loyola partners with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southeast Louisiana, a United Way agency to expand its school-based mentoring program.

  • Loyola students have been awarded Rhodes, British Marshall, Mitchell, Fulbright, Goldwater, and Boren National Security Education Program Scholarships, as well as a Mellon Fellowship.

  • 2008 PRSSA Bateman Team received first place in the National PRSSA Bateman Case Study Competition for its public relations campaign promoting Safe Kids Worldwide, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing unintentional childhood injury.

  • 2007 Moot Court Team won the International Moot Court Competition, and was runner-up in the North American Competition, competing against 80 teams from over 20 countries.

  • 2007 GCAC/NAIA Div.1 Women's Basketball Champions.

  • The Society of Professional Journalists named our student-run Maroon as one of the top 12 nondaily college newspapers in the country for 2007-2008.

  • President Clinton personally recognized three Loyola students, Elliot Sanchez, Nicole Kone and Aaron Kirsh with an outstanding service commitment award at the inaugural 2008 Clinton Global Initiative University event.

  • Typically, 100 percent of nursing students pass the profession's licensing exam.

  • Frequently, sociology seniors have scored in the 95th percentile of the ETS national exam and have enrolled in PH.D graduate school full tuition waivers and stipend funding at UCLA, Yale, FSU, and SUNY Albany.