For more than 100 years, Loyola University New Orleans has prepared students to be catalysts of change. Drawing on critical thinking skills, a passion for justice, and sheer ingenuity, they seek to make the world a better place.
Jay Weigel, an accomplished composer, producer, conductor, arranger, and orchestrator leads his students in the College of Music and Media through the storytelling of film scores
Craig Hood, Ph.D. is the city’s Batman. He’s out in the night, listening and studying the bats that live in the Greater New Orleans area
Sarah Thorrick led her Audit and Assurance course of seniors through the financial auditing process, where they uncovered a New Orleans charter school was in financial crisis.Read more
Dr. John Dewell helps open the Loyola Center for Counseling and Education, providing the underserved and underemployed of New Orleans with mental health treatment
Laurie Phillips works with professors as they build out their courses to provide students with free, unlimited user access to e-textbooks.
A listing of the outstanding and well-deserved grants, honors and awards our esteemed faculty have received in 2018 and 2019.View Awards and Honors
View the past Provost's Reports.View Archive