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Loyola University New Orleans

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6363 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118, United States

Location info of Loyola University New Orleans

New Orleans. It’s where jazz was born and lives on. Where dining out is a religious experience. Where dressing in costume requires no reason at all. And with its buzzing tech and arts scenes, New Orleans is a place to make your mark. Popular tourist attractions include Bourbon Street, the French Quarter, the Garden District, and anywhere music is playing!

  • #2 Best city in the U.S. and Canada by Travel + Leisure readers’ survey
  • #1 Best food city in America according to Thrillist
  • #11 Best quality of life by The Princeton Review

Top Reasons to Study in Loyola University New Orleans

  • Make Your Mind Make a Difference: A Loyola degree will give you an edge when you begin your career. But it’s the passion for learning you’ll explore here that will carry you forward for years to come.
  • Giving You the Tools to Change the World: At Loyola University New Orleans, our Jesuit education focuses on the whole person—mind, body, and spirit—to look for deeper meaning in everything we do.
  • Entire experience: Whole person. However you decide to be you, you’ll have the holistic support of Loyola faculty, staff, Jesuit community and fellow students.

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About Loyola University New Orleans

Loyola was established in 1904 by Jesuit priests, firmly rooting the institution in the Jesuit beliefs of educating the whole person. Much of our colorful and distinguished history can be seen in those who call Loyola their alma mater: people who went on to become city leaders, teachers, scientists, attorneys, pharmacists, musicians, and business executives.

Career at Loyola University New Orleans

  • 93% of Loyola graduates have started their career or are enrolled in advanced study within six months of graduation.

We assist students in discovering their strengths and pursuing a plan for applying them beyond the university. And we partner with a wide diversity of employers—through job postings, career fairs, on-campus interviews, and professional development events—to connect Loyola students with internships, part- and full-time jobs, and graduate schools. We encourage every student to make use of our services, early and often, online and in person.

Campus life

The campus is 24 acres on historic oak-lined St. Charles Avenue in Uptown New Orleans; directly across from Audubon Park and Audubon Zoo, with expansive green space and lagoons, a golf course, tennis courts and riding stables; 20 minutes from the French Quarter and downtown New Orleans.


  • Undergraduates: $11,320

Ranking & Accreditation of Loyola University New Orleans

  • #196 for Best National University , U.S. News & World Report ‘Best Colleges’
  • #7 Lots of Race/Class Interaction, The Princeton Review’s ‘Best Colleges’

Student Accommodation at Loyola University New Orleans

Living on campus in one of five residence halls gives you opportunities to meet new people and make friends, go to campus events, join student organizations, and participate in leadership experiences.

Currently, first-year and sophomore students living on campus must have a weekly meal plan. Upper-class students (Junior standing and above) living on campus must carry at least a $500 Wolf Bucks Only plan and may choose any higher plan at their option. Commuter students have the option to choose from any meal plan or Wolf Buck increments.

Programs at Loyola University New Orleans


  1. Biological Sciences (BS)
  2. Biochemistry (BS)
  3. Chemistry (BS)
  4. Forensic Chemistry (BS)
  5. Classical Studies (BA)
  6. Classical Studies – Classical Civilizations (BA)
  7. Computer Information Systems (BA)
  8. Computer Science (BA)
  9. Criminal Justice (BA)
  10. Economics (BA,BBA)
  11. English – Literature (BA)
  12. English – Writing (BA)
  13. English – Film/Digital Media (BA)
  14. Environmental Science (BS)
  15. Environmental Studies – Humanities (BA)
  16. Environmental Studies – Social Sciences (BA)
  17. French (BA)
  18. Languages and Cultures – French (BA)
  19. History (BA)
  20. History – Pre-Law History (BA)
  21. Languages and Cultures – Latin American Studies (BA)
  22. Mathematics (BS)
  23. Mathematics – Computational Mathematics (BS)
  24. Mathematics – Liberal Arts (BS)
  25. Philosophy (BA)
  26. Philosophy – Pre-Law Philosophy (BA)
  27. Physics (BS)
  28. Physics – Liberal Arts Physics (BS)
  29. Physics – Pre-Engineering Physics (BS)
  30. Physics – Pre-Health Physics (BS)
  31. Political Science (BA)
  32. Psychological Sciences (BS)
  33. Psychology – Pre-Health (BS)
  34. Religious Studies – Christianity (BA)
  35. Religious Studies – World Religions (BA)
  36. Sociology (BA)
  37. Languages and Cultures – Spanish (BA)
  38. Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
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  1. Criminology & Justice (MCJ)*
  2. Teacher Education (MAT)
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  1. Business Administration – Accounting (BAct)
  2. Business Administration – Economics (BBA)
  3. Business Administration – Finance (BBA)
  4. Business Administration – International Business (BBA)
  5. Business Administration – Management (BBA)
  6. Business Administration – Marketing (BBA)
  7. Entrepreneurship (BA)
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  1. Business Administration (MBA)
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  1. Design (BA)
  2. Digital Filmmaking (BA)
  3. Instrumental Performance (BA)
  4. Music (BA)
  5. Music – Composition (BM)
  6. Music – Elective Studies (BM)
  7. Music – Guitar Performance (BM)
  8. Music – Jazz Studies (BM)
  9. Music – Keyboard Performance (BM)
  10. Music – Music Industry Studies (BM)
  11. Music – Orchestral Instrument Performance (BM)
  12. Music – Vocal Performance (BM)
  13. Music Education – Instrumental Performance Track (BMEd)
  14. Music Education – Vocal Performance Track (BMEd)
  15. Music Education – Vocal with General Music Concentration Track (BMEd)
  16. Music Industry Studies (BS)
  17. Music Therapy (BMT)
  18. Popular and Commercial Music (BA)
  19. Mass Communication, Journalism (BA)
  20. Mass Communication, Strategic Communication (BA)
  21. Theatre Arts (BA)
  22. Theatre Arts with a Minor in Business Administration (BA)
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  1. Music – Music Therapy (MT)
  2. Music – Performance (MM)*
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  1. Public Health (BA)
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  1. Counseling (MS)*
  2. Nursing (DNP)
  3. Nursing (MSN)
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  1. Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  2. Biochemistry (BS)
  3. Biological Sciences (BS)
  4. Business Administration – Accounting (BAct)
  5. Business Administration – Economics (BBA)
  6. Business Administration – Finance (BBA)
  7. Business Administration – International Business (BBA)
  8. Business Administration – Management (BBA)
  9. Business Administration – Marketing (BBA)
  10. Chemistry (BS)
  11. Classical Studies (BA)
  12. Classical Studies – Classical Civilizations (BA)
  13. Computer Information Systems (BA)
  14. Criminal Justice (BA)
  15. Economics (BA,BBA)
  16. English – Film/Digital Media (BA)
  17. English – Literature (BA)
  18. English – Writing (BA)
  19. Environmental Science (BS)
  20. Environmental Studies – Humanities (BA)
  21. Environmental Studies – Social Sciences (BA)
  22. Forensic Chemistry (BS)
  23. French (BA)
  24. History (BA)
  25. History – Pre-Law History (BA)
  26. Languages and Cultures – French (BA)
  27. Languages and Cultures – Latin American Studies (BA)
  28. Languages and Cultures – Spanish (BA)
  29. Mass Communication, Journalism (BA)
  30. Mathematics (BS)
  31. Mathematics – Computational Mathematics (BS)
  32. Mathematics – Liberal Arts (BS)
  33. Music (BA)
  34. Music – Composition (BM)
  35. Music – Elective Studies (BM)
  36. Music – Guitar Performance (BM)
  37. Music – Jazz Studies (BM)
  38. Music – Keyboard Performance (BM)
  39. Music – Music Industry Studies (BM)
  40. Music – Orchestral Instrument Performance (BM)
  41. Music – Vocal Performance (BM)
  42. Music Education – Instrumental Performance Track (BMEd)
  43. Music Education – Vocal Performance Track (BMEd)
  44. Music Education – Vocal with General Music Concentration Track (BMEd)
  45. Music Industry Studies (BS)
  46. Music Therapy (BMT)
  47. Philosophy (BA)
  48. Philosophy – Pre-Law Philosophy (BA)
  49. Physics (BS)
  50. Physics – Liberal Arts Physics (BS)
  51. Physics – Pre-Engineering Physics (BS)
  52. Physics – Pre-Health Physics (BS)
  53. Political Science (BA)
  54. Psychological Sciences (BS)
  55. Psychology – Pre-Health (BS)
  56. Religious Studies – Christianity (BA)
  57. Religious Studies – World Religions (BA)
  58. Sociology (BA)
  59. Theatre Arts (BA)
  60. Theatre Arts with a Minor in Business Administration (BA)

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