Loyola Chicago reports that engaging in and serving the community are central aspects of its mission.
The university welcomes students of all faiths. Religious education is one of the university’s hallmarks, as it is home to Saint Joseph College Seminary and the Jesuit First Studies program.
Saint Joseph College Seminary serves the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago and provides vocational training to candidates of diocesan priesthood.
The university has six campuses throughout the Chicago metropolitan area, as well as an overseas campus in Rome, Italy, and guest programs in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and Beijing, China.
Loyola University Chicago’s undergraduate, graduate, and professionals schools provide over 70 undergraduate degrees, over 80 master’s degrees, 31 doctoral degrees, and 26 graduate-level certificate programs. For graduate students, there are a law school, a business school, and a medical school.