Admission Counselors

Cameron Simon

Assistant Director

  • E-mail: csimon2@luc.edu  •  Phone: 773-508-7331
  • Hometown: Albany, OR
  • High School: Santiam Christian High School
  • Degrees: AA in Religion, Northwest University - Salem Campus; BS in Interdisciplinary Studies, North Central University; MA in Middle Eastern Cultures & Religions, Jerusalem University College
  • What I like most about Loyola: I enjoy the way that Loyola connects students to the resources and opportunities that allow them to pursue their dreams.  The combination of top-notch classroom instruction, hands-on experiential learning, and insightful faculty mentoring prepares our students to thrive in our complex and changing world.

  • Recruitment Areas:

    International Recruitment

    • Africa
    • India
    • Middle East

    High Schools in Illinois

    • Barrington Community High School
    • Boylan Catholic High School
    • Hononegah Community High School
    • Huntley High School
    • Ida Crown Jewish Academy
    • Minooka Community High School
    • Oswego Community High School
    • Oswego East High School
    • South Elgin High School
    • Wheaton Academy
    • Wheaton North High School
    • Wheaton-Warrenville South High School

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