Congratulations to the Class of 2013! After years of hard work and countless hours of studying, you’ve got 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.
Thanks to Loyola’s service-learning programs, these members of the Class of 2013 found their callings far beyond the classroom.
How did these graduates stand out from the competition in today’s crowded job market? With a Loyola degree, of course.
Communication studies, international studies
“Loyola opened my eyes to a field for which I am extremely passionate and made me confident that I want to pursue a career that focuses on making positive social change.”Read more stories.
“Before my undergraduate research class, I never really thought about community-based research, or even compared it to the type of research I do, which is usually quantitative.”Read more stories.
Advertising and public relations
“You may get a lot of rejection letters when you graduate, but don’t let that keep you down. Everyone at Loyola is bound to do well after college.”Read more stories.
“Loyola has given me not only the tools to succeed in college, but also the experiences I need to bridge the gap from the classroom to the real world.”Read more stories.
Commencement is not the end of your relationship with Loyola. It’s just the beginning. As a graduate of Loyola, you’re a member of a global network of more than 150,000 alumni—fellow Ramblers who have gone on to make the world a better place.Stay Connected