There’s something really unique takes place in a Jesuit education that opens the mind and open the spirit. Your history class is connected to your english class, your engineering classes connected to your accounting class. All of these interconnections that makes Loyola unique and different i’d say almost any other school in the country. The core curriculum allows me to delve into these different disciplines and explore them outside of the classroom. For our alumni it’s clear, that the core curriculum was the defining difference in their undergraduate education. That it gave them the rhetorical skills the cognitive skills the ethical insights that have not just made their career but their personal lives rich and successful. I’m able to use computer systems that are used in the real world bank like JP Morgan, Bank of America and then on the other side and marketing we’re doing projects and reports that were rebranding products. Accessibility is excellent with professors and the relationships that I’ve developed with professors are one of the main reasons why I love Loyola. Our students will approach us with our open door policy They’ll come in with problems of any kind We get to know them, we get to know their families. Over two-thirds of Loyola students will study abroad in some capacity by the time they graduate. The university of Auckland one of the top 50 universities how else would i be able to go there besides through Loyola? There’s a place for everyone to study abroad no matter what your major is no matter what your interests are. A Loyola student is more marketable in the workforce because when they get there, they are already up to speed on the things that really matter to a business.