Freshman Admission Counselors
You've got a lot of questions. We've got people who can answer them
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.
|Erin Moriarty||Dean of Undergraduate Admission||Hawaii|
|Angie Alamah||Assistant Director||Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah|
|Benito Amaral||Admission Counselor||Chicagoland Area|
|Stephen Barnes||Assistant Director||Latin America, Puerto Rico|
|Jake Bedenian||Admission Counselor||Indiana|
|Mary Bennett||Admission Counselor||Kentucky, Central and Southern Ohio (Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati)|
|Mary Alice Berg||Associate Director||Iowa, Nebraska|
|Adam Buller||Assistant Director||Minnesota|
|Tara Crisp||Assistant Director||Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming|
|Clare Dolan||Admission Counselor||Florida|
|Lindsy Fagerstrom||Assistant Director||Western New York (Buffalo, Rochester), Wisconsin|
|Steve Fehr||Assistant Director||India and the Middle East|
|Emily Ferron||Admission Counselor||Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, Missouri (except Kansas City area), New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York (except Western NY), Rhode Island, Vermont|
|Todd Malone||Senior Associate Director||Colorado|
|Tony Mantia||Admission Counselor||Northern Ohio (Akron, Cleveland, Toledo), Pennsylvania, West Virginia|
|Nick Moreno||Admission Counselor||Michigan|
|Eliza Plous||Assistant Director||East, Central, and Southeast Asia; Oceania|
|Joseph Serdar||Associate Director||Rome Start, Europe, Brazil, Kansas (including Kansas City, Missouri)|
|Sean Whitten||Associate Director||Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina|
At Loyola, you will have encounters both inside and outside the classroom that will open you up to all sorts of new horizons. You will become women and men of action.
Father Thomas Regan, S.J.
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences