At Loyola University New Orleans (LoyNO), you define who you want to be: a free-thinker, an entrepreneur, a risk-taker, a scientist, a creative, and above all yourself — the thing no one else can be. This education lets you find that. It allows you to do more than transform yourself; it allows you to transform into yourself.
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Loyola University New Orleans offers 190 degree programs including
A degree from Loyola will give you an edge as you begin your career––and the momentum to carry you forward for years to come. Loyola students and graduates are the best and the brightest: receiving awards such as Rhodes, Fulbright and Mitchell scholarships and fellowships. Loyola professors hail from all over the world and bring with them real-world experience in their fields. The most popular majors at Loyola University New Orleans include: Psychology; Music Management; Business Administration and Management; Marketing/Marketing Management; and Creative Writing.
Campus and Community
The campus is 24 acres on historic oak-lined St. Charles Avenue in Uptown New Orleans; directly across from Audubon Park and Audubon Zoo, with expansive green space and lagoons, a golf course, tennis courts and riding stables; 20 minutes from the French Quarter and downtown New Orleans.
New Orleans. It’s where jazz was born and lives on. Where dining out is a religious experience. Where dressing in costume requires no reason at all. And with its buzzing tech and arts scenes, New Orleans is a place to make your mark. Popular tourist attractions include Bourbon Street, the French Quarter, the Garden District, and anywhere music is playing!
Loyola offers 130 student organizations, including a dozen fraternities and sororities, clubs and intramural sports – from the Muslim Student Association to the Anime Club. Community service is important at Loyola, and the school gives students many ways to volunteer through organizations such as Loyola University Community Action Program and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Loyola athletics consists of many intramural teams, several club sports and varsity opportunities in basketball, baseball, cross country, track, tennis, golf and volleyball.
Housing and Dining
Living on campus in one of five residence halls gives you opportunities to meet new people and make friends, go to campus events, join student organizations, and participate in leadership experiences.
Living on campus means no sitting in traffic or search for parking; which means a stress-free commute to class and co-curricular activities. The library, classroom buildings, and on- campus dining options are less than a 10-minute walk from each residence hall! Undergraduate students are required to live on campus for at least 2 years.
Loyola University Dining Services partners with Tulane University to provide reciprocal dining privileges for students, faculty and staff to use their Wolfbucks and meal plans at all locations on both campuses. In addition to offering you a variety of 25 dining options, Loyola is constantly seeking out new trends, fun ingredients and innovative healthy preparation techniques in the quest to consistently serve great-tasting food.
Currently, first-year and sophomore students living on campus must have a weekly meal plan. Upper-class students (Junior standing and above) living on campus must carry at least a $500 Wolf Bucks Only plan and may choose any higher plan at their option. Commuter students have the option to choose from any meal plan or Wolf Buck increments.
The maroon and gold Loyola Wolf Pack sports teams compete in Division I of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as a member of the Southern States Athletic Conference.
Student Loans for International Students
Wellspring is pleased to partner with MPower Finance to make loans available to qualified international students participating in this program. Loans are available to students:
Studying in the United States on a student visa
MaWho have two years left to complete their degree program.
Undergraduate students may seek loans to help pay for their last two years of study.
Master's Degree students may seek loans for their full course of study.
Loan amounts are from $2,000 to $50,000 in total ($1,000 to $25,000 per year)
Loans may be used to cover tuition and education-related expenses (e.g., housing, meal plans).
Please consult with MPower Finance with respect to the interest rate and repayment terms of your MPower Finance loan.
Please note that Wellspring does not provide or back the loans. Neither does Wellspring qualify students for the loans. Loans are issued and administered solely by MPower Finance.