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Loyola University Chicago

820 N. Michigan
Chicago, Illinois 60611-9810

Level Four or more years
Undergraduate Enrollment 11,612
Setting City
Links Financial Aid Office
Admissions Office
Online Application (Fee: $0)
Total 2020 Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment 11,612
Total 2020 Full-Time First-Year Enrollment 2,129
Total 2020 Total Enrollment 16,893
Middle 50% Range of HS GPA for Freshmen Average weighted GPA 3.7/4.0 scale
Middle 50% Range of ACT/SAT for Freshmen ACT: 25-30; SAT Verbal: 570-660, SAT Math: 550-650
Test Optional Yes
Accept Transfer Students Yes
Middle 50% Range of College GPA for Transfer Students Average GPA 3.20
Total 2020 Full-Time Transfer Student Enrollment 650
Catholic Order Affiliation Jesuit
3 Most Popular Majors Biology, Business, Nursing
Unique Academic Programs Advocacy and Social Change; Environmental Science -Food Systems and Sustainable Agriculture; Environmental Engineering Science; Supply Chain Management; Data Science; Healthcare Administration; Bioinformatics; Cybersecurity; Film and Digital Media
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Interesting Facts:
  • 867 community partners hosted Loyola students for internships, research and service learning opportunities in 2019-2020.
  • We offer 45 Dual Degree Bachelor/Master programs where you can earn both degrees in five years.
  • Loyola's Rome Start Program allows freshmen to start their first year at Loyola's John Felice Rome Center. 

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About Loyola University Chicago:
Loyola University Chicago is the only Jesuit, Catholic university located in the 3rd largest city in the U.S. With more than 17,000 total students and around 12,000 undergraduate students, Loyola offers a dynamic, urban campus in a world-class city. Surrounded by unique neighborhoods, cultural and entertainment options, and a diverse business sector, students will learn and grow inside and outside the classroom. Students in more than 80 undergraduate majors study a liberal arts curriculum with an added emphasis on ethics, social justice, faith, and opportunities for community engagement.

Social Media Pages:
Facebook: @LoyolaChicago
Instagram: @loyolachicago