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Our Evergreen Campus

Classic. Timeless. Lush. Modern. Evergreen.  

Located on 81 wooded acres in a residential neighborhood in North Baltimore, Loyola’s Evergreen campus is a beautiful mix of both modern and historical architecture and features: a grassy Academic Quadrangle, state‑of‑the‑art recreational and collegiate athletics facilities, nationally ranked residence halls, distinguished academic buildings that inspire your studies, and a beautiful chapel for community gatherings and celebrations.  

Our campus truly offers the best of two worlds in that it is distinct from the surrounding city, yet intimately connected to the diverse and historic metropolis we call home. Loyola’s campus has also been ranked the safest college campus in Maryland.

Exterior photo of the Fernandez building, with students sitting in chairs and having an outdoor classThe Humanities building at sunset, with students sitting on the lawn petting a dog

Here you’ll discover community and connection. At Loyola, 80% of students choose to live on campus through senior year. Our nationally-ranked residence halls become your home away from home. Our state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, studios, and athletic facilities inspire students to delve deeper, to create, to perform, to compete. Our campus is recognized as an arboretum, dedicated to protecting biodiversity and inspiring environmental stewardship among our community and visitors.

Picture yourself here

There’s nothing quite like being here—walking across the Quad, connecting with fellow students and faculty, eating lunch with friends at Boulder Café, crossing the bridge over North Charles Street—to help you decide if Loyola is the right fit...

Students walk in front of a red-bricked building on a sunny day
17 residence halls ranked among national list of Best college dorms for more than a decade The Princeton Review
Purple flowers with students talking in the background
81 wooded acres
Students lounging in hammock near the Loyola Ignatius statue
Ranked in the top 10% of college campuses in the country Niche
80% of students live on campus through senior year
Ranked safest college campus in maryland WJZ
10 on-campus dining facilities
The front of the Sellinger building, surrounded by trees and flowers
Students can be seen walking through an archway, with pink flowers on a tree in the foreground
Snow falls on the Humanities building
A wide shot of the quad, showing the quad in the fall with its surrounding buildings
The Alumni Memorial Chapel beneath a bright blue sky