Loyola University New Orleans

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Loyola University New Orleans Reviews

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Rev Kevin W. Wildes
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    Family Oriented

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    I have been working at Loyola University New Orleans

    Pros

    Great work atmosphere! Everyone is genuinely nice and enjoy working at Loyola. They care about their employees. The institution promotes getting students real world experiences and setting them up for success.

    Cons

    Low admission at the moment, but they are working on gaining more students next fall. They need to work on communication with all the offices so everyone is on the same level and not repeating the same efforts.

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    Research Associate Interview

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    I applied in-person – interviewed at Loyola University New Orleans.

    Interview Details

    No process, do well in class and ask the professor later. You will likely get the job

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Website www.loyno.edu
Headquarters New Orleans, LA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1912
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Loyola University New Orleans is part of the Jesuit network of universities and enrolls roughly 3,000 students. The university offers some 60 degree programs through five colleges: Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, City College, Music, and School of Law. The Louisiana State Legislature granted the charter to Loyola University in 1912. After Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans in 2005, the university cancelled its fall semester for the first time in Loyola's history. The school's estimated property damage totaled $4 million. Classes reconvened in January of... More

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