Loyola is a non-diverse school with a very preppy atmosphere.
A cohesive, community based university with a strong emphasis on academic achievement, involvement in the community and producing well-rounded individuals.
Loyola is a private school with mostly upper class members whose parents want them to have a good education but can't get into and ivy league school.
Welcoming and inviting, Loyola offers wonderful programs to help freshman transition into college life - there has never been a time when I have felt out of place with anyone on campus, whther i have met someone or not.
Loyola is a distinguished catholic institution.
If you go to Loyola College, you most likely dress preppy, listen to Dave Matthews Band, and live off your daddy's credit card.
Has a stong community feel to it which all of the students can take a part of.
A preppy, academically focused, party school, who does community service.
Loyola College provides a great learning enviroment that is accepting of different cultural and religious backgrounds, and challenges the student to grow in every area of his/her life.
Loyola is a great school for people who like small class sizes
My school is religious, fun, prone to parties, and academically challenging.
loyola is a place where people find out who they are and what they have to offer. possibilities are truly endless
A close knit-community with outgoing and involved students.
I love it.
Loyola is a place where I met my best friends in a welcoming academic environment.
This school has opened up my mind to many different things that I was not interested in during high school, being here I have become much more focused on my school work and also have spent a lot more of my time volunteering.
Greatest place on earth (besides OBX)
loyola is a community service centered school with alot to offer academically and socially for its students.
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