Born in Nigeria, she sang the national anthem at graduation.
In today’s economy, recent college graduates face fierce competition for jobs. How did these three stand out from everyone else and land full-time positions right out of school? With a Loyola degree, of course.
Philosophy, black world studies
“Knowing what my mother and I have gone through, singing the national anthem at graduation in front of her is truly an honor I’ll never forget.”Read more.
“Quinlan has a fantastic Business Career Services center, and I tried to attend as many of their events as I could. ... They definitely prepared me for my job search.”Read more.
French, international studies
“I think the caliber of work that most of the professors here demand has taught me to produce quality work. I know they expect it, so now I expect that of myself.”Read more.
Theatre, advertising/public relations
“For the first time in a long time, I’m actually excited to know that I will be busy. Knowing that I get to do the thing I love with some of the best in the business is surreal.”Read more.
Congratulations to the Class of 2014! After years of hard work and countless hours of studying, you’ve earned your Loyola degree—and with it, the knowledge and life-changing experiences that will shape you for years to come. You now are officially ready to go out and set the world on fire.