About Andhra Loyola College
Andhra Loyola College was established in 1954 and is managed by the Loyola College Society, Guntur –Vijayawada. The ‘Jesuits', who manage the institution, are members of an international religious order of Catholic Priests and Brothers known as "The Society of Jesus", founded by the Soldier turned Saint, Ignatius of Loyola, with the aim of serving God and humanity. The Society of Jesus, otherwise known as ‘ the Jesuit Order' , carries out its mission chiefly through its educational institutions. There are more than 2000 such institutions established by the Society of Jesus throughout the world. The vision of Jesuit education is to form leaders in service in imitation of Jesus Christ, men and women of competence, conscience and compassionate commitment. Andhra Loyola College is one such educational institution founded by the Society of Jesus. It takes its name from the founder of the Jesuit Order, St Ignatius of Loyola.
ALC is a "safe" arena in which your classmates, professors, and friends encourage risk taking.
ALC maintains an environment that inspires its students to excel. But academic life is only one part of this process; life outside the classroom in daily interactions with classmates, involvement in student clubs and activities, and enjoyment of many events.
There are abundant opportunities to participate in student cells as well as activities that match your particular interests. The various student cells in campus help the students to refine their leadership and organizational management experience, explore interests, and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
Student cells host many conferences throughout the year.
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