The Office of Institutional Advancement is responsible for all activities undertaken by the institution to develop understanding and support among its various students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and friends. These activities include fund development, marketing, communications (publications and public affairs), and alumni relations.
Longtime champion of education Phyllis M. Taylor, chairwoman and president of the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation, is the recipient of Loyola University New Orleans’ 2013 Integritas Vitae Award, the university’s highest honor.
Further distinguishing Loyola University New Orleans as an important center for the study of Catholicism, the Louisiana Board of Regents announced this week it is contributing $400,000 to support the university’s scholarly activities and programming in that field.
Loyola’s Office of Marketing and Communications earned four awards in the 28th Annual Educational Advertising Awards competition sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report.