Meet your Counselor

Emily Ferron
Admission Counselor

Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York (except Western NY), Rhode Island, Vermont

  • E-mail: eferron@LUC.edu
  • Phone:773.508.8717
  • Hometown: Painesville, OH
  • High School: Riverside High School
  • Degrees: BS Psychology, John Carroll University; MEd in Higher Education, Loyola University Chicago

What I like most about Loyola: What is not to love about Loyola? Students have the incredible opportunity to be involved with so much, both in and out of the classroom and on campus as well as in the community. The curriculum truly makes students well rounded individuals who are prepared for a multitude of contexts. The opportunties to grow are endless and our students take full advantage of every moment campus and in the city of Chicago. Loyola is a true example of an institution that prepares students to engage the realities of the world while making them the best they can be.   

All Loyola students should kayak the Chicago River before graduating. It’s an incredible experience.

Eva Mick

School of Communication

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Students self-identified as African American, Asian American, Latin American, Native American, and multiracial or other

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