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College of Arts and Science alumni are making an impact all over the world and continue to give back to the Loyola University Chicago community. They are leaders in their respective fields of study, and are prime examples of Jesuit education and principles. Learn more about CAS graduates, their accomplishments and how you as an alum can support Loyola University Chicago CAS students of today and tomorrow.


Loyola has more than 160,000 alumni, including over 46,000 from CAS, spread across the globe and Ramblers can be found in every major metro city in the United States


Over 100% increase in attendance for 2022 Alumni Weekend compared to the previous in-person Alumni Weekend


The University launched LoyolaLinked, a platform for mentorship, networking, career exploration, and job connections for everyone in the Loyola community students and alumni
Loyola Chicago College of Arts and Sciences alumna Chief Justice Mary Jane Theis (BA '71)
Alumni Spotlight

Chief Justice Mary Jane Theis

The Honorable Mary Jane Theis, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Illinois, received her bachelor's degree in history from the College of Arts and Sciences in 1971. Discover how her experiences and Jesuit education at Loyola University Chicago shaped her life, career, and lifelong pursuit of justice.

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“This University gave me a space to mature and grow into myself, and I will forever be grateful for that.” Jacob Turaka, molecular and cellular neuroscience, College of Arts and Sciences (BS '22)

Alumni Spotlight

Loyola Chicago College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Amanda White (BA 1999)

Amanda White

Amanda White, BS '99, credits her time studying computer science at Loyola as a key source of the passion, purpose, and perspective that has guided her career in healthcare technology with roles at CVS Health, Walgreens, and more.

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Loyola Chicago College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Philip Dawkins (BA, Class of 2002)

Philip Dawkins

Philip Dawkins (BA ’02) shares his wisdom with theatre students, the playwright challenging them to take risks with their creativity and daring audiences “to come and find out that we’re all the same, despite our vast differences."

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Loyola Chicago College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Jack Brouillette (BS, Class of 2020)

Jack Brouillette

Jack Brouillette (BS '20) shares how his hands-on learning experiences as an engineering student prepared him to take on his career as a biomedical engineer with Medtronic and Med-El with confidence and success.

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Looking to further the education and opportunities of current and future College of Arts and Sciences studies?


Undergraduate Summer Research Experience Symposium

The 3rd Annual CAS Undergraduate Summer Research Experience Symposium will be held Friday, June 14. This symposium marks the culmination of the students' efforts in our CAS USRE Program. Learn More.


May 19

Jun 16

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