Loyola University of Chicago
Loyola University Chicago, a private university founded in 1870 as St. Ignatius College, is one of the nation?s largest Jesuit, Catholic Universities and the only one located in Chicago. It is guided by a simple promise to prepare people to lead extraordinary lives. The university comprises of four campuses namely Lake Shore, Water Tower, Health Science, and the John Felice Rome Center in Italy.
Loyola University through its eleven schools and colleges offers more than 80 undergraduates and 140 graduate, professional and graduate-level certificate programs to students in wide area of subjects. It provides a Core Curriculum grounded in the liberal arts a curriculum that encourages students to think critically, to express themselves clearly, and to discover meaning and purpose in life. The Core provides students with a well-rounded education while also giving them a chance to explore new interests.
Loyola and its students enjoy Chicago's exceptional cultural and economic resources. In addition to providing an unparalleled setting for educational opportunities, Chicago is also one of the most prestigious cities in the world in terms of recreation and entertainment. A hub of commerce and culture, Chicago serves as an expanded campus for Loyola students, offering a thriving economy, impressive architecture, notable politicians, ground-breaking music, and innovative environmental policies.
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