Meet Your International Admission Counselor
Get to know Loyola's International Admission staff. We are here to assist you throughout the application process!
Jen McQuady, Assistant Director
Degrees: BS in Education, University of Evansville; MA in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, King's College London
What I like most about Loyola: The huge amount of diversity on campus with students from many different countries, cultures and religious backgrounds. I really appreciate Loyola’s commitment to diversity and global awareness, which is a huge part of the Jesuit mission. I also love that Loyola’s two international centers, located in Rome, Italy and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam offer so many students the opportunity to study abroad easily and affordably. Students really get an international experience at Loyola!
- East, Central, and Southeast Asia
Sujith Sajan, Assistant Director
Degrees: BA in Sociology, Loyola University Chicago
What I like most about Loyola: Loyola is home to all cultures and faiths, and its inclusive environment is reflected in its cultural, geographic and religious diversities. The sense of community among the students, staff and faculty members at Loyola is second to none. In addition, Loyola’s emphasis on a well-rounded education and focus on service for others makes it an incredible institution to build one’s student experience.
- Middle East
Joe Serdar, Associate Director
Degrees: BA, History, Loyola University Chicago
What I like most about Loyola: As an undergraduate, I loved going to school with motivated and compassionate people from all over the country. The support I received from faculty and staff was excellent, from picking a major to making plans after graduation. I also enjoyed the wide variety of things to do in Chicago, especially during the summer.
- Latin American and the Caribbean
- International students at U.S. high schools
Gianna Succi, Assistant Director
Degrees: BA in Linguistics, Temple University; MS in Global and International Education, Drexel University
What I like most about Loyola: The care and concern that the entire school takes to make sure its students are successful. There is a sense of inclusivity amongst everyone on campus which allows for students, and other members of the Loyola community to do and be their best. There is something here for every student. Being an institution founded in the Jesuit beliefs, has given Loyola a strong and solid foundation for its community to continue to grow in their faith, while also embracing and encouraging its students to grow in their knowledge of other faiths, nationalities, and cultures. Having campuses in Rome, and Ho Chi Minh City, further demonstrates Loyola’s belief in the importance of diversity and global awareness.
- Rome Start Program