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With majors and minors in more than 40 academic fields, Loyola offers an undergraduate program grounded in the liberal arts, focused primarily on developing undergraduate students as well-rounded scholars and leaders who are distinctly prepared to succeed in every aspect of their lives.
Our students come from diverse geographic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, which adds to the rich and varied experiences of our community. In addition, Loyola offers a variety of study abroad programs, exchanges, and affiliations in countries such as Spain, New Zealand, Thailand, and Australia. Loyola also has a strong community service program, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program, and athletic program. Today, Loyola competes in NCAA Division I, fielding teams in eight men's and eight women's sports.
Graduate degrees at the master's and doctoral levels are also available in a wide range of programs and areas of study. The University is comprised of the School of Education, the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and Loyola College—the University's college of arts and sciences. Loyola also operates Clinical Centers in Baltimore and has two graduate centers in Timonium, Md., and Columbia, Md.