Loyola continued to show that it belongs among the nation’s elite, recording its highest-ever Graduation Success Rate score according to the latest NCAA data. The Ramblers' 98 percent GSR puts them in a tie for third nationally, behind only Dartmouth and Samford in the rankings.
Quinlan alum Melissa Ballate, founder and president of the branding firm Blue Daring, was recently named to Crain’s annual “40 Under 40” list.
Loyola breaks into the Top 100 list
Loyola University Chicago is No. 99 on the latest U.S. News & World Report college rankings—the first time ever that the University has cracked the Top 100 list. With 1,376 schools included in the latest rankings, the new list puts Loyola in elite company.
Professor Philip Hong’s research helps unemployed adults get back on their feet. And now, after receiving a $500,000 grant, he hopes to help even more people.
Students receive prestigious Schweitzer Fellowships
Three Loyola students were recently selected for the prestigious Albert Schweitzer Fellowship program and will spend the next year working on health care related projects to help underserved communities in Chicago.
Assistant professor Reuben Keller, PhD, is an expert on invasive species, and he’s taking a new approach to try to solve an age-old problem. “You’ve got to go beyond ecology,” Keller says. “I learned that pretty quickly.”
‘Acts of Faith’ is the 2015-16 First-Year Text
Months before they arrived on campus, incoming Loyola students received their first official assignment: Read the book Acts of Faith.
See how Loyola’s innovative curriculum gets students ready to teach—right away. Thanks to a partnership with Chicago Public Schools, the School of Education is giving undergraduates the chance to learn directly from working teachers.