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A school profile

Loyola university of Loyola University Chicago is a four-year private Catholic
university, founded in 1870, is a Christian university in the United States, 28 one of
the largest schools.

Second, the school's reputation

According to "Yale Daily News college guide," said University
of better discipline, including political science, philosophy, criminal law, mass
communication, biology, nursing and drama, business management discipline is also
very good reputation.

In the loyola university Loyola University Chicago, 97% of the full-time teachers
have a doctorate or the highest degree in the field, and are graduated from famous
universities in the United States, such as: Colombia, Cornell, Harvard, Northwestern ,
Princeton, Berkeley, California, Chicago, Yale and other elite schools.

Students to take up the subject, including Business Management (24%), social
sciences (14%), psychology (11%), mass (11%), life sciences (8%).

Third, facilities and services

Loyola university of Loyola University Chicago not only has a large library, computer
room, school cafeteria restaurant, and sports facilities are very complete, and
wandering around in the beautiful century-old campus, you will feel a good cultural
atmosphere , particularly physical and mental relaxation.

Loyola university of Loyola University Chicago school has a long history, strict
selection of school teachers, most have very high academic qualifications, teaching
quality in absolute security, but also proved, and some professional school students
with special advantage.

Loyola university of Loyola University Chicago students in practical work focused on
the ability and resilience training style, so the school graduates in employment,
competitive, able to work quickly to find the ideal of modern society and can adapt
quickly rapid development.

Loyola university of Loyola University Chicago provides assistance to international
students: The University has about 2,000 places, all taken on a first approach to live,
because 75% of school students attend a day school, it was not hard to find places.

Loyola university of Loyola University Chicago students have full-time assistant in
charge at the airport to greet the students, accommodation for students and consulting
with the school's academic, psychological consultant and a study skills
consultant to provide ongoing help for students and services.

Fourth, the English supplement

1. Main campuses

Loyola University Chicago is anchored at the Lake Shore Campus (on the shore of
Lake Michigan) in Rogers Park, the northernmost neighborhood of the city of
Chicago. Loyola has developed a ten-year master plan that is designed to revitalize
the community by adding an updated arts center as well as a retail district called
"Loyola Station" near the CTA's Loyola
'L' stop. Among many others, the science departments are
located on this campus.

Loyola's Water Tower Campus is in downtown Chicago off the
Magnificent Mile of North Michigan Avenue, steps away from such landmarks as the
Water Tower (one of the few structures to survive the Great Chicago Fire) and the
John Hancock Center (one of the tallest buildings in the United States). The School of
Business Administration, Graduate School of Business, School of Social Work,
School of Continuing and Professional Studies, School of Communication, and the
Law School are located at the Water Tower Campus. Many classes for the College of
Arts and Sciences are also held at this campus.

Loyola also boasts a campus in Rome, Italy. The John Felice Rome Center was
established in 1962 on the site of the 1960 Summer Olympics grounds. It moved to
several locations in Rome until finally settling in Monte Mario on the Via Massimi,
one of the most affluent districts of the Italian capital. The campus offers a full
academic year for Chicago-based Loyola students wishing to study abroad.

Loyola University Chicago also has a medical school, the Stritch School of Medicine,
and a hospital and medical center associated with them, all located on a campus in
Maywood, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago.

2. Student Life

Sports
LU Wolf is the mascot for the University. He was inspired by the coat-of-arms of St
Ignatius of Loyola, from whom Loyola derives its name, which depicts two wolves
standing over a kettle. He is ever-present at Loyola's basketball games,
encouraging fans to show their support for the Ramblers.

Greek Life
Loyola University Chicago also houses Greek life on its Lake Shore Campus. These
Greek organizations include the social fraternities Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Alpha Delta Gamma; as well as the social sororities Alpha
Chi Omega, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Sigma Sigma and Kappa Kappa Gamma. Alpha
Delta Gamma remains the only private school-sanctioned fraternity house on campus.
In 2005 Loyola got its first black Sorority, Zeta Phi Zeta. U. S. News &
World Report

Loyola is also home to the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations
(NALFO) co-ed fraternity Alpha Psi Lambda, and sororities Gamma Phi Omega (The
first Latina-oriented sorority at Loyola) and Sigma Lambda Gamma (the largest
Latina-oriented sorority in the U. S.) as well as several co-ed business fraternities
such as Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Kappa Psi, and Sigma Tau Delta. Loyola
also has a co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega.

Loyola's largest campus is the Loyola University Medical Center in
Maywood, one of the leading academic medical centers in the United States. During
the late 1970's, the center became renowned for achievements in open heart
surgery. Other areas in which it has received recognition include microneurosurgery,
kidney transplants, care for burn victims, and care of high-risk infants.

Loyola's former Mallinckrodt Campus in north suburban Wilmette housed
the School of Education from 1991 until 2001 when Loyola sold the campus and
moved the School to the Water Tower Campus. The Campus was the former
Mallinckrodt College, founded in 1918 by the Sisters of Christian Charity.




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