In order to accept your offer of admission you will need to pay the $500 enrollment deposit no later than May 1.
This deposit confirms your intention to attend Loyola and allows a variety of offices to begin sending you information about orientation, housing, advising and class selection as well as health services, dining services and more!
Please note: all first- year students are required to live on- campus for the first two years unless you qualify for a housing exemption.
In order to receive a full financial aid offer, students must file the FAFSA. Contact your financial aid counselor if you need assistance.
Make plans to attend our special event for admitted students and their families. You’ll experience a taste of Loyola, meet current students, faculty in your area of study and have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with financial aid. If you cannot make it to President’s Open House, we have a variety of special Magis Days set aside throughout the month of April especially for accepted students. Accepted Honors students are also invited to join us for Honors Experience Day on Friday, March 17.
Once you have paid the enrollment deposit, you will be eligible to register for an orientation session. Choose from four available dates during the summer. Orientation is mandatory for all new students.
In order to apply for on- campus housing or to submit a housing exemption request, you must activate your Residence Account. Shortly after paying the enrollment deposit, you will receive a link from Residential Life, be sure to act quickly as this email contains a unique link for your account that will expire within several days. Once your account is created, you will be able to complete the housing application, work on roommate matching or submit exemption paperwork.
Loyola requires all students to submit their final high school transcript. Shortly after finishing exams, be sure to ask your guidance or college counselor to submit this information to Loyola. Transcripts may be sent electronically, faxed or mailed to the attention of the Admissions Office.
If you took college classes while in high school and would like them to be evaluated for college credit, please arrange for the transcript to be sent from the college or university directly to Loyola admissions prior to orientation.
Loyola University New Orleans and Louisiana law requires all incoming students to submit vaccination documentation. This requirement includes proof of immunization for:
The Proof of Immunization Compliance Form requires a physician, or other healthcare provider, to record the data on specific immunizations. Please refer to Student Health Services for any questions or call (504) 865-3326.
Learn more about enrolling, attending orientation, registering for classes and more!
To learn more, call 1-800-4-LOYOLA or schedule your visit online.