1032 W. Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60660
Loyola University Chicago is a private, Catholic university located in Chicago, IL. It is a decentlyrated college, ranked one hundred and eighty-sixth in the US, but accepts 68% of applicants. It is a bigger sized university with 11,215 full-time undergrads in attendance. Loyola Chicago undergraduates can choose from 72 unique majors across eight disciplines. The most regularly picked focuses are Biology, Psychology, and Nursing, with 11% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Biology. 18% of students study either Psychology or Nursing (9% each). It has a strong nursing program, ranking second in Illinois. Also, Loyola Chicago places 1st in Illinois on our best Catholic colleges list. For students who pay full freight, in-state tuition is $41,845 a year, but for students based out of state, tuition runs $46,250. Before you rule out applying because of cost constraints, keep in mind that nearly each and every Loyola Chicago undergrad, the vast majority of Loyola Chicago students is awarded some financial support. 73% of Loyola University Chicago students roll with punches to commencement day, equipped to set foot in the job market. A couple years after receiving their degrees, alumni take home a median yearly wage of $42,700. After another four years on the job, the alumni's average yearly salary grows 26.7% to $54,100, which is 34.9% over the national median. Applicants may like to be aware that more than half of the students tested between 23 and 28 on the ACT math segment. Also, Loyola Chicago does not provide a remote program. Related to your pocketbook, be aware that the average amount of institutional grant aid awarded is $22,614. Its party scene rating on School Authority is 8.5 and when rating its academics, Loyola Chicago received a 9.53 out of 10. Regarding life on campus, there are 5 men's varsity teams, including soccer, all track combined, and golf. To conclude, six years after college, 9% of Loyola Chicago graduates are not employed and hardly any alumni default on their student debt.
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