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Accreditation

Loyola University New Orleans' Department of Counseling is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP).  CACREP is the agency responsible for the evaluation of counseling programs in colleges and universities.

 As a CACREP accredited program, the counseling department engages in systematic program evaluation and assessment to ascertain strengths and weaknesses of policies, curriculum, students, and faculty. The Outcome Report is published here so our stakeholders may review the findings. 

2018 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey 

Outcome Report AY 2016-2017

Outcome Report AY 2015-2016

CACREP requires its accredited programs to provide retention and graduation data on their websites. 

Statistics

  2017-2018
Program Enrollment 65
Average Didactic Class Size 15
Average Clinical Practicum Class Size 6
Average Clinical Internship Class Size 10
Tuition Per Credit Hour $818
Graduate Assistant Positions 6
Number of Graduates 18
Completion Rates 80%
Retention Rates 80%
National Counselor Exam Pass Rate 100% 
Job Placement Rates 92%

 

Demographic Information

University

  • Chartered: 1912
  • Type: Private, Catholic, Jesuit comprehensive university; open to students of all faiths
  • Enrollment (Fall 2012 data): 5,082 (total): 3,255 undergraduates; 901 graduate students; 89 Doctoral students; 766 law students; and 71 continuing education students
  • Faculty: 89 percent of full-time faculty hold highest degree.
  • Student-Faculty Ratio: 10:1
  • Five Colleges: Business, Humanities and Natural Sciences, Law, Music and Fine Arts, Social Sciences
  • Degrees: 64 undergraduate degrees and 14 graduate and professional programs
  • 50+ Study Abroad Programs: Belgium, Brazil, Ecuador, France, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, U.K., and more.
  • Main Campus: 24 acres on St. Charles Avenue in Uptown New Orleans; 20 minutes from the French Quarter and downtown New Orleans; across from Audubon Park and Zoo.
  • Financial Aid and ScholarshipsApproximately 67 percent of students receive some form of financial aid.

Freshmen

  • 35% male/66% female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 42% of all freshmen
  • 55 percent are from out of state; 45 states (plus DC, PR, VI), 2 percent are international; 19 countries are represented
  • 99.7 percent are full-time; 0.3 percent part-time
  • The average high school grade point average of our freshmen is 3.57
  • SAT scores (middle 50%) Critical Reading 560–650, Math 520 – 620
  • ACT scores (middle 50%) range from 22-28 (70% of freshmen submitted the ACT)
  • 803 freshmen students, 31% of the total undergraduates population are new freshmen
  • 79% freshmen live on campus; 21% commute
  • 88 percent of freshmen receive some form of financial aid

Undergraduate

  • 38% male/62% female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 38% of all freshmen
  • 55 percent are from out of state; 48 states (plus DC, PR, VI), 4 percent are international; 42 countries are represented
  • 94 percent are full-time; 6 percent part-time
  • 2,615 undergraduate students, 68% of the total population is undergraduate
  • 54 percent of undergraduates live on campus; 46% commute
  • 89 percent of undergraduates receive some form of financial aid

Graduate

  • 21 percent male; 79 percent female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 30 percent of student body
  • 49 percent are from out of state; 41 states (including DC, PR, VI) are represented
  • 3 percent are international; 16 countries are represented
  • 22 percent are full-time; 78 percent part-time
  • 581 graduate students, 86 continuing education students are enrolled; graduate population 15% of the total enrollment
  • < 1 percent of graduate students live on campus

Doctoral

  • 7 percent male; 93 percent female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 37 percent of student body
  • 60 percent are from out of state; 20 states (including DC, PR, VI) are represented
  • 0 percent are international; 1 country is represented
  • 27 percent are full-time; 73 percent part-time
  • 82 Doctorate students; Doctoral students make up 2% of the total enrollment
  • 0 percent of doctoral students live on campus

Law

  • 49 percent male; 51 percent female
  • Ethnic minorities represent 35 percent of student body
  • 25 percent are from out of state; 28 states (including DC, PR, VI) are represented
  • 2 percent are international; 8 countries are represented
  • 81 percent are full-time; 19 percent part-time
  • 494 law students are enrolled; law students make up 13% of the total enrollment
  • 1 percent of Law students live on campus

 

Updated August 1, 2018 with Fall 2017 data

Source: Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness Fact Book

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