A graduate of Loyola has begun to establish his own identity and move beyond mere self-interest by forming deeper relationships with others, valuing personal friendships, and embracing his relationship to the greater community.
"'Men for Others' is a phrase heard often in halls of Loyola. What does it mean to be a man for others? Good question. Throughout my five years at Loyola it meant being a good friend, lending a listening ear, building a strong moral code, respecting teachers and staff, put in all the effort possible. Now as an adult it means never compromise your morality and always look out for your neighbour."
- Ohontsakete Brent Montour, Class of 2012