Featured Events

Tuesday 31 May

MBA Open House and Application Workshop

Time: 12 pm to 1 pm

Contact: Christina Morales · mba@loyno.edu · 5048647953

Location: Miller Hall, 112

The MBA program at Loyola University New Orleans College of Business will host an upcoming open house and application workshop. Come learn about our MBA program and different tracks available: Fast-Track 1 year MBA as well as our Part-time Professional MBA, allowing students to graduate with a specialization track. In addition, have your application resume and essay reviewed by Bradley Warshauer, Business Writing Specialist, before you submit your packet to the Graduate Admissions Committee.

The MBA program at Loyola University New Orleans College of Business will host an upcoming open house and application workshop. Come learn about our MBA program and different tracks available: Fast-Track 1 year MBA as well as our Part-time Professional MBA, allowing students to graduate with a specialization track. In addition, have your application resume and essay reviewed by Bradley Warshauer, Business Writing Specialist, before you submit your packet to the Graduate Admissions Committee. 

The open house will be held Tuesday, May 31st, in Miller Hall 112 on Loyola’s main campus. Attendees can enjoy light refreshments followed by an information and question session with MBA staff. Registration for the open house is recommended but not required. Loyola’s MBA $50 application fee will be waived for any open house attendee.

For more information on Loyola’s MBA program, contact Christina Morales at mba@loyno.edu

Monday 06 June

Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership

Time: 8 am to 3:30 pm

Contact: Diane Dougherty · dmdoughe@loyno.edu · (504) 865-3727

Location: Loyola University, Audubon Room

This ninth year of the Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership gathers leaders and aspiring leaders from schools and parishes to focus on the practical implications of this challenging vision.

http://www.loyno.edu/lplc/catholic-educational-leaders

In contrast to our fractured world, Christianity offers a prophetic vision not of uniformity but of unity within diversity. It envisions all people (even all creation!) as members with each other of the Body of Christ.  In Jesus, we are connected to, we are in communion with each other. 

This ninth year of the Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership gathers leaders and aspiring leaders from schools and parishes to focus on the practical implications of this challenging vision.  

Our parishes and schools draw people from different backgrounds with a range of experiences.  We will ask and begin to answer questions like: What are the implications of our faith for life in our world so marred by division?  What challenges does Catholic social teaching have for school and parish work in our increasingly diverse home of south Louisiana?  What does Pope Francis have to say to us during this Year of Mercy? How can our schools and parishes be models of CST and Pope Francis’s vision? 

 
Tuesday 07 June

Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership

Time: 8 am to 3:30 pm

Contact: Diane Dougherty · dmdoughe@loyno.edu · (504) 865-3727

Location: Loyola University, Audubon Room

This ninth year of the Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership gathers leaders and aspiring leaders from schools and parishes to focus on the practical implications of this challenging vision.

http://www.loyno.edu/lplc/catholic-educational-leaders

In contrast to our fractured world, Christianity offers a prophetic vision not of uniformity but of unity within diversity. It envisions all people (even all creation!) as members with each other of the Body of Christ.  In Jesus, we are connected to, we are in communion with each other. 

This ninth year of the Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership gathers leaders and aspiring leaders from schools and parishes to focus on the practical implications of this challenging vision.  

Our parishes and schools draw people from different backgrounds with a range of experiences.  We will ask and begin to answer questions like: What are the implications of our faith for life in our world so marred by division?  What challenges does Catholic social teaching have for school and parish work in our increasingly diverse home of south Louisiana?  What does Pope Francis have to say to us during this Year of Mercy? How can our schools and parishes be models of CST and Pope Francis’s vision? 

 
Wednesday 08 June

Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership

Time: 8 am to 3:30 pm

Contact: Diane Dougherty · dmdoughe@loyno.edu · (504) 865-3727

Location: Loyola University, Audubon Room

This ninth year of the Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership gathers leaders and aspiring leaders from schools and parishes to focus on the practical implications of this challenging vision.

http://www.loyno.edu/lplc/catholic-educational-leaders

In contrast to our fractured world, Christianity offers a prophetic vision not of uniformity but of unity within diversity. It envisions all people (even all creation!) as members with each other of the Body of Christ.  In Jesus, we are connected to, we are in communion with each other. 

This ninth year of the Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership gathers leaders and aspiring leaders from schools and parishes to focus on the practical implications of this challenging vision.  

Our parishes and schools draw people from different backgrounds with a range of experiences.  We will ask and begin to answer questions like: What are the implications of our faith for life in our world so marred by division?  What challenges does Catholic social teaching have for school and parish work in our increasingly diverse home of south Louisiana?  What does Pope Francis have to say to us during this Year of Mercy? How can our schools and parishes be models of CST and Pope Francis’s vision? 

 
Wednesday 22 June

New Student Orientation Session 1

Contact: Heather Seaman · hrround@loyno.edu · 504-865-3622

New Student Orientation is designed to help facilitate your successful transition to Loyola University New Orleans. There are many benefits to attending Orientation:

New Student Orientation is designed to help facilitate your successful transition to Loyola University New Orleans.  There are many benefits to attending Orientation:

  • Receive an introduction to the academic experience of Loyola University New Orleans
  • Visit with an advisor to review your course schedule
  • Meet other new students and form new friendships with classmates
  • Receive information on the programs and services offered through campus offices and departments
  • Learn about the values, traditions, and mission of Loyola University New Orleans
  • Connect with current student leaders and learn about ways to get involved on campus
  • Learn about safety, security, and emergency preparedness in the Big Easy
  • Explore campus life by staying in the residence halls and eating on campus; and
  • Tour various locations across campus

Learn more about New Student Orientation.  Welcome to the Wolf Pack!

Thursday 23 June

New Student Orientation Session 1

Contact: Heather Seaman · hrround@loyno.edu · 504-865-3622

New Student Orientation is designed to help facilitate your successful transition to Loyola University New Orleans. There are many benefits to attending Orientation:

New Student Orientation is designed to help facilitate your successful transition to Loyola University New Orleans.  There are many benefits to attending Orientation:

  • Receive an introduction to the academic experience of Loyola University New Orleans
  • Visit with an advisor to review your course schedule
  • Meet other new students and form new friendships with classmates
  • Receive information on the programs and services offered through campus offices and departments
  • Learn about the values, traditions, and mission of Loyola University New Orleans
  • Connect with current student leaders and learn about ways to get involved on campus
  • Learn about safety, security, and emergency preparedness in the Big Easy
  • Explore campus life by staying in the residence halls and eating on campus; and
  • Tour various locations across campus

Learn more about New Student Orientation.  Welcome to the Wolf Pack!

Friday 24 June

New Student Orientation Session 1

Contact: Heather Seaman · hrround@loyno.edu · 504-865-3622

New Student Orientation is designed to help facilitate your successful transition to Loyola University New Orleans. There are many benefits to attending Orientation:

New Student Orientation is designed to help facilitate your successful transition to Loyola University New Orleans.  There are many benefits to attending Orientation:

  • Receive an introduction to the academic experience of Loyola University New Orleans
  • Visit with an advisor to review your course schedule
  • Meet other new students and form new friendships with classmates
  • Receive information on the programs and services offered through campus offices and departments
  • Learn about the values, traditions, and mission of Loyola University New Orleans
  • Connect with current student leaders and learn about ways to get involved on campus
  • Learn about safety, security, and emergency preparedness in the Big Easy
  • Explore campus life by staying in the residence halls and eating on campus; and
  • Tour various locations across campus

Learn more about New Student Orientation.  Welcome to the Wolf Pack!