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Loyola University New Orleans

New Orleans, LA 4-Year Private
Acceptance Rate78%

About Loyola University New Orleans

Loyola University New Orleans is a private, religious university in the suburb of New Orleans, Louisiana. Loyola University New Orleans was founded in 1912. The university currently enrolls around 4,397 students a year, including 3,289 undergraduate students.

Loyola University New Orleans Acceptance Rate

It is moderately difficult to get into Loyola University New Orleans. In 2022, Loyola University New Orleans accepted 78% of applicants. In 2022, 5,732 out of 7,338 total applicants were accepted.

Loyola University New Orleans Admissions Facts At-A-Glance
Overall Acceptance Rate 78%
Early Decision Acceptance Rate ED not offered
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Average GPA 3.6
Test Optional May require tests

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6363 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118-6195

Campus Setting: Suburban

Loyola University New Orleans Application Deadline

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Wondering what life at Loyola University New Orleans is like? There are approximately 4,397 students enrolled at Loyola University New Orleans, including 3,289 undergraduate students and 1,108 graduate students. 91% percent of students attend school full-time.


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