The spirit of St. Ignatius is tenacity. It is a wild passion for learning. An immeasurable diversity of interests. A hunger for serious, critical contemplation. We see this tenacity every day on our campus as our Jesuit-educated students discern their true paths and follow them fearlessly.
And this spirit of St. Ignatius, these students – they’re you.
You were the musician. The athlete. The honors kid. The club president. The class clown. And you are, like each one of us, just a single piece of a bigger picture. A picture of kindness. Passion. Drive. And tenacity.
Below, follow Iggy as he shows you some of the ways your commitment has a direct impact on our students and their opportunities, and consider contributing to our Faith in the Future campaign.
“Today Iggy is grateful for the Loyola Class of 2018! The success of this graduating class would not have been possible without the generous donors who afforded many of our graduating students scholarships. To make a difference in a future Loyola student’s life, visit campaign.loyno.edu”
“Today Iggy is grateful for an afternoon spent celebrating with the class of 2018. Seniors – there’s still time to contribute to this year’s senior class gift. Visit campaign.loyno.edu/2018-class-giving-campaign to learn more and to donate.”
“Today Iggy is grateful for one last chance to dance the night away with all his graduating senior friends. And he’s especially grateful for the seniors who have chosen to give back to the university that’s given them so much. Seniors- there’s still time to contribute to this year’s senior class gift. Learn more and to donate.”
“Today Iggy is grateful for a study break and tasty late-night snacks- as well as the people who made this year’s Mass and Pancakes possible.”
“Iggy’s spent the past six months reflecting on and expressing his gratitude for so many things that help our campus and our school. Our donors and community members contribute so much to the success of our students, and he’s loved showcasing those contributions. Today, he wants to remind students that, though he can’t move, he likes to give back in his own way, too. Since 2000, it’s been considered good luck to rub Iggy’s feet before exams. So as we move into finals, Iggy would love for you to pay him a visit so he can pass some luck your way. Good luck, Wolf Pack!”