University Honors Program - Students at Girl Scout Lecture

University Honors Program

Scholars for Justice in the Heart of New Orleans

The University Honors Program draws on Loyola’s Jesuit identity through a curriculum that encourages both critical thinking about the great questions of the past and engagement with the essential challenges of the present and future.   

As a community, we seek to pursue truth, wisdom and virtue, preparing students – whatever their career paths - to lead meaningful lives with and for others and to work for a more just world.  

Students are invited to participate in the Honors Program based on academic and co-curricular achievement. Learn more about the University Honors Program »

In our vision for the future of the program, we seek to provide honors students with additional specialized resources and outstanding faculty that will further serve their needs. The Honors Program Endowment created by gifts to the Faith in the Future campaign will support undergraduate research, collaborative scholarship, co-curricular activities, and faculty of the highest caliber. Donate to the Faith in the Future Campaign » 

Co-sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations and the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library, the University Honors Program will host the annual Thesis Celebration on Tuesday, April 14 from 5pm-7pm in the Learning Commons of the Monroe Library. Learn, discuss, and celebrate with our Honors Seniors as you peruse the results of their year-long research and creative projects. The event will feature poster presentations representing all colleges and disciplines at the university. View the program»