Fast Facts About Loyola | Campus Tour 2019
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So just some fast facts about little in case you're wondering. We have about four thousand dollars students and underground and then about a thousand to two thousand students in our graduate school. So it's really a good size where you have enough people that you can feel like you know, it's a big community and that you have space and a lot of different people to meet. It's also small enough that you get small classes. No, your professors and kind of have that great relationship in kind of a family like vibe. We are eighty percent white and twenty percent, uh, people of color, so there is definitely a divide. Their loyal A has been really trying to improve the diversity on campus, especially being located in Baltimore, which is a city with a lot of history of racism and problems with the racial divide. Laila is trying to get its way to improving that with things like Alana esa es, which are all of the associations for students of color on campus and then also there is a great LGBT Q centre that was just built. So there are definitely improvement happening, but it is something to be aware of in your college decision making process, um is also sixty percent female and forty percent male. I have had many classes that are very female dominated, which I mean I personally love. It's great beings by strong, empowered woman, but it is something to consider, like all other things, when you're deciding what school that you want to go to. A little thing about Leela is that here you only live in traditional dorm style housing your first year, if at all. You have the option to live in apartment sound housing from your first year if you want to rest the years if you live on campus, you are living in an apartment, which is really nice to get a lot of space, and you gotta kind of aren't confined to the little shoe box like you are a lot of other schools, and that was definitely a big selling point here. For me, there are a wide, wide variety of majors that you can do here everything from engineering to theoretical physics. Teo writing to English to education to speech pathology is a huge programme here, which isn't often that a lot of schools Teo International Business Loyal A really is a true liberal arts school. It will offer you whatever you want and whatever you want to get out of it. You do have about seventeen to nineteen core classes, so about half of your college time is going to be spent doing core classes. Tio, you know, take classes in different subjects and you discover passions that you wouldn't have even known that you had, even though I came in knowing exactly what I wanted to do. I want to be an English teacher, and that has not changed since I came to loyal is campus. I still appreciate the chance to kind of engage with other subjects other than just English because, you know, I mean, I have my two minors, which I did not come in with, which our photography and philosophy. So I've picked up those two things, and then I just kind of learned a lot about the world that I didn't even know I like you did to learn. It's a hole about trying to improve yourself, and the corps definitely aids with that. So no matter your major chorus Cree and even though people have resistance to it I mean, I really do think it has added to my educational experience, and it is a huge thing here at Leela.