Furthering our academic mission
Loyola College cultivates a rich academic experience that engages the hearts, minds, and spirits of our students. With 20 academic departments and more than 200 dedicated full-time faculty, the University’s arts and sciences school provides students with a strong foundation for success on campus and after graduation.
Bright Minds, Bold Hearts will support our outstanding faculty members by providing them with competitive salaries and additional resources for teaching and research.
The campaign will enable Loyola to recruit and retain prominent tenure-track faculty and raise the University’s research profile.
Loyola College will be well-positioned to ensure that our graduates demonstrate not only skill and knowledge, but also a desire to make a difference as citizens and as professionals.
An education rooted in rigor and purpose
Loyola College is central to our mission to create the next generation of confident and distinctly viable graduates who are prepared to learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. In the Jesuit tradition, our core liberal arts curriculum is as broad as it is rigorous, providing exceptional instruction in the humanities, natural and applied sciences, and social sciences.
Our students graduate with an equally broad definition of success—one that places considerable value on the ethical dimensions of their personal and professional lives. With support from the Bright Minds, Bold Hearts campaign, Loyola College will be well-positioned to ensure that our graduates demonstrate not only skill and knowledge, but also a desire to make a difference as citizens and as professionals, whether their career path is in business, law, medicine, the arts, social services, or another field.
- An endowed professorship that will enable the University to support an outstanding Loyola College/Honors Program faculty member by providing a competitive salary and additional resources for teaching and research
- Tenure-track research leaves to support junior faculty members in making significant contributions to their respective fields of study as they pursue a tenured position
- Scholarships and fellowships to help Loyola meet the full demonstrated financial needs of our undergraduate students, with special consideration given to students interested in important fields at Loyola including computer science, engineering, and physics. Graduate students will receive financial assistance to complete their studies and conduct advanced research alongside their professors.
- A Faculty Research Development Fund, which will bolster Loyola’s ability to recruit and retain prominent tenure-track faculty, attract talented students, and raise the University’s profile in terms of its expertise and research
To learn more about giving opportunities for Loyola College or to make a gift, contact Brian M. Oakes, ’99, MBA Fellows ’10, director of development, at 410-617-2414 or firstname.lastname@example.org.