Each year Loyola accepts approximately 50 of our most intellectually curious first-year students into the Honors Program. Want to be one of them?
With perks like free activities (paid trip to NYC, anyone?) and a curriculum of challenging—and rewarding—courses, who wouldn't? There's just one catch: Loyola University Maryland has a separate application for the Honors Program.
The Loyola honors program brings together students and faculty who seek not only academic achievement but also intellectual challenge and growth.
Learn more about how Loyola assists students with obtaining national fellowships and scholarships.
Hauber Fellowships (Science)
The Loyola Hauber Fellowship awards a stipend and housing to talented undergraduate students who wish to pursue independent summer research in the sciences under the supervision of a faculty member.
The Sellinger Scholars program is designed to prepare promising students for roles of leadership and service.