Loyola University Chicago

Office of Institutional Effectiveness

Common Data Set

‌The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers. The CDS files contain information on enrollment and persistence, freshman and transfer student admission, academic offerings and policies, student life, annual expenses, financial aid, instructional faculty and class size, and degrees conferred.

2021-2022 Common Data Set

2020-2021 Common Data Set

2019-2020 Common Data Set

2018-2019 Common Data Set

2017-2018 Common Data Set

2016-17 Common Data Set

2015-16 Common Data Set

2014-15 Common Data Set

Annual Reports

2021-2022 U.S. News & World Report

The 2021-22 U.S. News rankings show that Loyola University rose from 112th to 103rd in their survey of national universities. This year, Loyola was ranked 103rd with an overall score of 60 (Loyola’s score last year was 59). In most categories, Loyola’s metrics and rankings this year are close to their values last year, with the three largest decreases in the faculty resources rank (155th to 176th), the graduate indebtedness (213th to 228th) and the social mobility rank (154th to 220th) and the largest increase in the student excellence rank (116th to 100th). Loyola ranked highly in several individual categories, including Best Undergraduate Nursing Programs, Best Service Learning Programs, and Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Program. Read the full report here: U.S. News & World Report Loyola Ranking 2021-2022.

2018-19 Diversity Report

The 2018-2019 diversity report shows a steady, progressive movement towards greater diversity and a positive change in the number and percentage of women and minorities in all areas: faculty, students, and staff.  Read more about the full report.