Loyola Institution is Chicago's Jesuit, Catholic university, which means that, in addition to a solid Liberal Arts education, the University emphasizes knowledge, curiosity, global views, and cura personalis, which translates to "care for the complete person."
- The institution includes a magnificent Loyola University Chicago Campus in the middle of bustling Chicago City, as well as campuses in Rome and Italy. It is also one of just 8% of American colleges with a Phi Beta Kappa honours society chapter.
- The NCAA has recognized Loyola University Chicago with a 99% Graduation Success Rate for the past three years, making them the first in the country in 2016 and 2017—and second only to Harvard in 2018.
- Three months after graduation, 98% of incoming freshmen are awarded grants and/or scholarships, and 98% have a job or are in high school.