Loyola University : What is Jesuit Education?





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http://www.luc.edu Loyola University: What is Jesuit Education? Jesuit education, for me, has always been about learning everything from a global perspective.

That's an important thing, when we take a major, whatever it is, that we have the basic skills to do well. It's really about having a very strong liberal arts education in addition to very careful ethical thought about what it means to be a good citizen and a good community member.

The Jesuits are committed to careful, thoughtful, rigorous approach to anything they study. But, they're also committed to action. I find that a lot of people are extremely driven at Loyola. They come here to have that service opportunity, to be with other kids that have those goals.Quite a number of our students do Alternative Break immersions, go and maybe build a house in Mexico or go to the Appalachian's and build a house. I would say 40-50 percent of my students do take some kind of study abroad experience.

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