Meet your Counselor

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Below you'll find a directory of every staff member in Loyola's Undergraduate Admission Office, except for our transfer admission staff.

For Illinois students: Please e-mail us at admission@LUC.edu with what high school you attend, and we will connect you with your admission counselor contact.

CounselorRoleRegion
Erin MoriartyDirector of Undergraduate AdmissionHawaii
Angie AlamahAssistant Director Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah
Benito AmaralAdmission CounselorChicagoland Area
Maria AulisaAssistant DirectorInternational recruitment specifically focused on the Rome Start program and Europe
Stephen BarnesAssistant Director Latin America, Puerto Rico
Jake BedenianAdmission CounselorIndiana
Mary BennettAdmission CounselorKentucky, Central and Southern Ohio (Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati)
Mary Alice BergAssociate DirectorIowa, Nebraska
Adam BullerAssistant DirectorMinnesota
Tara CrispAssistant DirectorAlaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming
Clare DolanAdmission Counselor
Lindsy FagerstromAssistant Director Western New York (Buffalo, Rochester), Wisconsin
Steve FehrAssistant DirectorIndia and the Middle East
Emily Ferron Admission CounselorConnecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York (except Western NY), Rhode Island, Vermont
Eve HoffmanAdmission Counselor Missouri (except Kansas City area)
Todd MaloneAssociate DirectorColorado
Tony MantiaAdmission CounselorNorthern Ohio (Akron, Cleveland, Toledo), Pennsylvania, West Virginia
Nick Moreno Admission CounselorMichigan
Eliza Plous Assistant Director East, Central, and Southeast Asia; Oceania
Joseph SerdarAssociate DirectorBrazil, Kansas (including Kansas City, Missouri)
Sean WhittenAssociate DirectorAlabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina
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