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Reviews 868 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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5 College Sophomore

Facilities: Student Life on campus is very enjoyable. No problems with the facilities and the centers and hangout spots are very useful. There are many campus events to take part in and they do in fact make the time spent on campus more fun. There are so many campus activities to become involved in as well, and they make the school year active and rewarding.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: First, my school-Loyola University Maryland,-does something that is unique and very beneficial to the first year students. They have what is called the Ignatius Scholars Program, which is coordinated by the Directors of the ALANA services. The purpose of the program is to help first years become acclimated to campus life and what the school year entails. I was a member of the first year of the program and I can honestly say that it benefitted me to such a high degree. I owe a huge part of my success in college to the Ignatius Scholars Program. Campus life suited me well, I love my campus and all of the resources available to me. The Writing Center which helps students perfect their writing, even assists them in beginning an essay, outlining, brainstorming and much more. The Career center helps students with finding jobs, offering advice on their future, revising resume's and several other things. The social scene at my school is friendly and welcoming; I always felt at home on campus. My school is amazing, and I loved the time I got to spend there during the 2013-2014 school year.

3 College Junior

Diversity: There is not a lot of diversity on campus, but there is some.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Living on campus is a great experience. You meet a lot of people in dorms and make a lot of new friends. The dorms were nice so we can hang out in each others rooms a lot.

4 College Junior

Academics: I'm an accounting major and it has it's pros and cons. The job placement for the major is AMAZING with the average student making $40K+ right out of college, but the courses and teachers are extremely difficult.

3 College Junior

Academics: A major problem I have is that very few classes count towards two subjects, Each class is broken down and applies to a specific major. For instance, there is a Bio/psych class that only counts as a psychology credit.

5 College Junior

Majors: Loyola has an excellent job/internship placement system for all of the students. Obviously it favors the business school since Loyola focuses on building the reputation of Sellinger, but there are still many other options. There are many job fairs to attend.

2 College Junior

Majors: You pretty much have to know your major going into Loyola and if you want to change you have to do the research yourself or with the career center since the advisers only know their particular subject.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: It's better to live on campus

4 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: It's perfectly placed between Baltimore and Towson

3 College Junior

Health & Safety: They don't do much for serious health issues, but we are right near a hospital so as long as you have a car you'll be fine

3 College Junior

Campus Dining: A lot of choices but they aren't always the best tasting

5 College Junior

Facilities: I can't think of a single complaint. All f the facilities are close and kept very nice.

5 College Junior

Facilities: Loyola is very close to other schools so it is easy to get to know students from other colleges at events in Towson or Baltimore

4 College Junior

Athletics: Free tickets and shuttles to home games

3 College Junior

Guys & Girls: The style is very typical:preppy. A lot of the guys and girls look the same and they are about average looking. There are some real beauties of both gender, but they still mainly fall into the preppy style.

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1 College Senior

Scholarships: they do not like the make that an easy process

4 College Senior

Off-Campus Dining: i like the food alot out side of campus

3 College Senior

Health & Safety: the health center is a money hungry center but campus police is not that bad.

1 College Senior

Greek Life: im not into greek life but if thats what you want. come here

1 College Senior

Diversity: if you are not a white, rich, catholic, republican, male, of the heterosexual orientation brace yourself

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3 College Senior

Drug Safety: if you want to drink underage you have to get a fake ID

1 College Senior

Parking: its 350 for a year parking pass. if you dont have the cash. you are screwed because parking is bad and they love to tow

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3 College Senior

Campus Strictness: Dont believe anything. Its a dry campus

2 College Senior

Transportation: basically you need a car or a friend with a car if you want to get around


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Emily Delaney
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For freshmen everywhere, the first few weeks, maybe even semesters, of college life can be a daunting experience. Sharing a room with a total stranger, making a whole new circle of friends, and learning how to cope with professors and lecture classes can be enough to make anyone rethink the decision to go away to school. Fortunately for students at Loyola, these anxieties are quickly replaced by school pride and affection for the intelligent professors, gorgeous dormitories, and exciting nightlife. The opportunities at Loyola are endless. You can take part in student government groups and get hands-on experiences. If you're more of a sports star, there are intramural and club sports to join. And as Loyola students love to do, there's always a bar nearby for taking a break from the books.

Many students have found that, throughout their experiences at Loyola, it has truly become their second home right away. There are always plenty of events happening on campus, especially at the beginning of the year, and these events, such as the freshman party on the Quad and casino night, are a great way to make lifelong friends. There is truly something for everyone at Loyola, and the community and closeness of the students here make it easy for all students to find a place here.

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