What does it mean to be Jesuit educated?
Students, alumni, parents, faculty, and members of the Loyola community share their experiences
January 6, 2016
The Society of Jesus founded schools that would focus on intellectual rigor, a constant challenge to improve, a commitment to service and looking beyond oneself, and a conviction that students could work to create a more just world.
What does it mean to teach and study at a Jesuit university—and how do graduates carry that education with them long into the future?
“Such Wonderful Gifts” – Mickey Fenzel, Ph.D., M.A. ’85, professor of Pastoral Counseling and psychology
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Learn more about Loyola University Maryland’s Jesuit mission, values, and history.