These schools are similar to Loyola University Chicago in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I loved my professors, they were all so helpful and really cared about their students and making sure everyone succeeded.
The dining halls are not the best and I would like to see the administration take more accountability.
Its a great sized university! Large but also small enough that you can create a community. Many academic and social opportunities!
I cannot think of anything!
At Loyola, your professors will truly get to know you if you approach them. Take advantage of the mentors that can come your way.
The social scene is not like that of state schools.
The location of the school is perfect. It is on the north side of the city, right on the water. You get the city feel with an escape to nature when needed. The student center is an active hub that promotes events, student organizations, and even private study spaces.
Depending on your area of study, classes fill up very quickly and priority is given to student-athletes and honors students.
I’m a commuter and I meet someone new every day. The teachers and staff will go above and beyond to make the students here feel comfortable as possible.
I have not noticed a flaw at Loyola. I’m happy that I picked this school.
The school provided many opportunities for students to reach out for help. There is a good atmosphere of people with a beautiful view that is relaxing. Though it is tough considering the number of credit hours required to graduate professors can be considerate and do understand when around finals and midterms.
It is very busy in the dining halls and Damen and not many seats and tables. There is more homework writing/essay-wise. With covid, professors will tend to cancel a class more often without much notice.