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With a projected goal of $100 million and an expected completion date of December 31, 2017, Faith in the Future is a comprehensive fundraising campaign that will raise philanthropic dollars for support of several vital areas that have a direct impact on our students.

Loyola University New Orleans and Pan-American Life Insurance Group Partner to Create the Pan-American Life Student Success Center at Loyola

 

Gifts from PALIG and an anonymous donor totaling $1 million jumpstart renovation of Loyola’s Student Success Center; build-out slated to begin fall 2017

(NEW ORLEANS – Jan. 25, 2017) Loyola University New Orleans is pleased to announce that Pan-American Life Insurance Group (PALIG) and...

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Monroe Hall: The Heart of the Sciences, the Arts, and a Jesuit Education at Loyola

No other academic building on campus is as important to serving Loyola’s Jesuit teaching mission as Monroe Hall, the university’s largest and most wide-ranging academic facility. Forty percent of all Loyola’s classes take place within Monroe Hall, from small humanities seminars to teaching...

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Acts of Faith

Our campaign leaders share their stories of their ties to Loyola and why they have faith in the future.

A father drops his daughter off on Loyola’s doorstep on his way to being deployed with the Army overseas. The next time he sees her, two-and-a-half years later, she is transformed – her brilliant potential has begun to blossom into that of a successful, community-conscious professional.

A liberal arts major in love with cinema is encouraged by his mentor to...

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Loyola Launches Most Ambitious Campaign in its History

Loyola University New Orleans is embarking on the most ambitious campaign in its history, “Faith in the Future: The Campaign for Loyola University New Orleans.”...

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Student's scientific research at Loyola ignites passion for service to the world, one 'Kissing bug' at a time

College student Annie McClure is helping to uncover exactly how the deadly Chagas disease is spread through blood-sucking insects known as “Kissing bugs” that can harbor six different strains of the disease-causing parasite, Trypanosoma cruzi. McClure, a biological sciences and Latin American studies double major at Loyola University New Orleans, is involved in research led by Chagas expert and Loyola biology professor...

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College of Law creates incubator for solo practice lawyers

The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice will soon be training a new wave of solo practice lawyers equipped with the skills and real-world know-how to address the legal needs of poor or moderate-income individuals. With help from a new grant from the American Bar Association, the college is launching the Loyola Incubator Program—an intensive, year-long mentorship and skills program...

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Newly renovated design studios open in Loyola's Monroe Hall

The Graphic Design Program at Loyola University New Orleans will showcase Monroe Hall’s newly renovated fifth floor design studios Friday, Jan. 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during a “Space Invasion,” an open house event offering the Loyola community the opportunity to take tours of the new facilities, play games, make buttons and enjoy light refreshments.

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New Loyola grant focuses on helping vulnerable Louisiana, Mississippi families

The Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans recently received a $200,000 grant to enhance its efforts helping some of the poorest and most vulnerable families in Louisiana and Mississippi.

The grant, awarded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will fund a multi-pronged approach designed to head off the most pressing economic injustices...

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