Criminal Justice discounts

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Discounts to local law enforcement agencies

Discounts to local law enforcement agencies

Loyola's translation program was featured on WWL Radio

Loyola student interpreters

Students in our Translation & Interpreting program who join pro bono project to aid children are at the forefront of addressing an urgent need for what many see as a developing humanitarian crisis. GO »

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Alumni Achievements + Research

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Social Sciences student receives award for academic excellence

2011 Social Sciences gradaute Alex Hancock received the Bachelor of Liberal Studies Outstanding Scholar Award at the 2011 College of Social Sciences Honors Conovcation.

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Criminal Justice alum named Chief Deputy of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office

Criminal Justice alum Tim Lentz (MCJ '08, BCJ '04) was recently named Chief Deputy of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office.

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Nursing alum working in healthcare services in Maine

Karen Kutchera CC'98, a certified family nurse practicioner, joined the Elsemore Dixfield Center to provide healthcare services in Dixfield, Maine.

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Faculty Achievements + Research

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Loyola Awards Dr. Rae Taylor Prestigious Senate Award

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Dr. Rae Taylor earns the University Faculty Senate Award

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Humanities advisor gives keynote address at conference

Dr. Barbara Ewell, Professor of English and Humanities advisor, was the keynote speaker at the Faulkner and Chopin Conference at Southeast Missouri University.

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Criminal Justice chair appointed to journal's editorial board

William E. Thornton, Ph.D.

William E. Thornton, Ph.D., chair of the Loyola University New Orleans Department of Criminal Justice in the College of Social Sciences, was appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Security Research published by the Taylor & Francis Group.

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Loyola Awards Dr. Rae Taylor Prestigious Senate Award

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Dr. Rae Taylor earns the University Faculty Senate Award

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Criminal Justice alum named Chief Deputy of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office

Criminal Justice alum Tim Lentz (MCJ '08, BCJ '04) was recently named Chief Deputy of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office.

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Humanities advisor gives keynote address at conference

Dr. Barbara Ewell, Professor of English and Humanities advisor, was the keynote speaker at the Faulkner and Chopin Conference at Southeast Missouri University.

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Social Sciences student receives award for academic excellence

2011 Social Sciences gradaute Alex Hancock received the Bachelor of Liberal Studies Outstanding Scholar Award at the 2011 College of Social Sciences Honors Conovcation.

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Evening Program students named to the dean's list

Fifty-five Evening Program students were named to the dean's list in spring 2008. Students must earn a 3.5 G.P.A. or better while carrying at least nine semester hours to qualify.

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Criminal Justice chair appointed to journal's editorial board

William E. Thornton, Ph.D.

William E. Thornton, Ph.D., chair of the Loyola University New Orleans Department of Criminal Justice in the College of Social Sciences, was appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Security Research published by the Taylor & Francis Group.

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Nursing alum working in healthcare services in Maine

Karen Kutchera CC'98, a certified family nurse practicioner, joined the Elsemore Dixfield Center to provide healthcare services in Dixfield, Maine.

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Scholarships awarded for academic achievement in the Evening Program

Twenty-seven Evening Program students were awarded scholarships in Spring 2009. The gifts were awarded to part-time and full-time students who have demonstrated academic achievement.

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Evening Program students awarded scholarships

Thirty Evening Program students were awarded scholarships in Fall 2008. The gifts were awarded to part-time and full-time students who have demonstrated academic achievement.

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Discounts to Local Law Enforcement Agencies

 

Loyola University offers local law enforcement agencies a tuition discount for the Bachelor of Criminal Justice program. To be eligible for this program the student must be employed by one of the following agencies:

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Translation & Interpreting

New Certificate in Translation & Interpreting Offered at Loyola GO »

New Certificate Program

The Certificate in Translation & Interpreting is designed for bilingual students interested in Spanish/English, English/Spanish translation and interpreting in legal and healthcare settings. For more information GO »

RN-BSN Virtual Open House

Dr. Debra B. Copeland

Date: Two Thursdays, Feb. 7th from 5-6pm, and Feb. 21st. from 10-11am -- Location: Web / CST -- BSN Virtual Open House GO - Please login as 'Guest' »

RN-BSN Virtual Open House

Dr. Debra B. Copeland

Date: Thursday, February 21, 2013 Time: 10:00 am to 11:00 am Location: Web - CST Click on the link to access the site. Please login as 'guest' »

Everything Old is New Again

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Everything Old is New Again

We've Moved!

Our new office is in Marquette, Rm 270 MAP »

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Forensic Science Certificate

Loyola University New Orleans’ Department of Criminal Justice and Office of Professional and Continuing Studies have partnered with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to offer a new Certificate. GO »

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The New Orleans Lyceum is a local non-profit educational outreach group that seeks to build communities of inquiry through conversation and experience. The purpose of this partnership is to establish a framework of cooperation and understanding between the Lyceum and Loyola to develop six-week long non-credit seminars for local community members over the age of 50 through a changing menu of topics. The seminars will be held on Loyola's campus based on available space and willing emeritus faculty are encouraged to participate as seminar instructors.

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