Admission Counselors

Lindsy Fagerstrom

Admission Counselor

  • E-mail: lfagerstrom@luc.edu  •  Phone: 773.508.7349
  • Hometown: Evergreen Park, IL
  • High School: Evergreen Park Community High School
  • Degrees: BBA in Marketing, Loyola University Chicago
  • What I like most about Loyola: I loved just about everything about my undergraduate experience at Loyola. I think Loyola is quite unique in its ability to provide that "campus feel" while also connecting students with all the amazing opportunities offered by the City of Chicago. The Jesuit values, great professors, and phenomenal campus life all contribute to that sense of community on campus. Not to mention, having classes right off Michigan Avenue and living right on Lake Michigan are some pretty sweet benefits of being a Rambler.

  • Recruitment Areas:

    Outside Illinois

    • Western New York 
    • Wisconsin

    High Schools in Illinois

    • Chicagoland Jewish High School
    • Christian Liberty Academy
    • Deerfield High School
    • Highland Park High School
    • Hoffman Estates High School
    • James B. Conant
    • Lake Forest Academy
    • North Shore Country Day School
    • Palatine High School
    • Schaumburg Christian School
    • Schaumburg High School
    • Willam Fremd High School

From the Director: College Admission at Loyola

Happy Holidays

The holiday season is here again. I’m looking forward to spending the next week with family and friends. I’m also looking forward to a little relaxation! Whatever your tradition, I wish you a happy holiday season! And if you have a moment, take a look at some of the festivities around our recent tree lighting.

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