|Major:||Biological Sciences Pre-Med|
|Hometown:||San Antonio, Texas|
I was born in
I would advise prospective college students to put sufficient time and energy into the application process. It’s important to take all the time necessary when deciding which universities to apply for. Each university has a lot to offer, so it’s important to pay attention to the universities that are offering what you are interested in. It’s also important to consider all the aspects of the university including its location, campus size, student body, majors offered, and more. Finally, I would advise prospective college students to try to visit the universities they are considering to attend. This can help eliminate any doubts or questions they may have about the school.
I love the campus and small class sizes. I think that small class sizes allow for personal relationships to build between students and professors. This gives students an advantage over other larger universities because students aren’t intimidated by large class sizes. This also makes it easier for students to get extra help outside of lecture. I also love the campus because of its beauty and size. Walking through campus is always enjoyable, and because it’s not too big, it’s easy to get from one building to another without being late for class.
My favorite thing about
My favorite place on campus would definitely be the library. It’s an amazing place to study, and the resources it offers are incredible. I can go there to do my work there when I don’t have my laptop because there’s an abundance of computers located throughout the library available for use. In addition, there are laptops available for check out at my convenience. Because the library is open until 2 AM during the week, it makes it easy for me to put in all my hours of studying. My favorite part about the library would be the study rooms. Classmates and I make great use of these when we need to study for upcoming tests, and most importantly, finals.
Loyola has numerous clubs and organizations available for students to participate in. Many of these clubs volunteer at different community projects around