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In order to be considered for financial aid, all students must file the FAFSA. Transfer students who have already filed a FAFSA for the academic year, can simply add Loyola's school code - 002016. Should you have any questions about financial aid, please contact us!
Reply to Loyola's offer of admission by submitting your enrollment deposit! The deposit is $500 ($200 for on-campus housing and $300 for tuition). This deposit confirms your intent to attend Loyola New Orleans, and will prompt different offices to send information regarding housing, orientation, advising, health services and more. Transfer students admitted to Loyola before April 15 will be asked to submit an enrollment deposit by May 1. Students admitted after April 15, will be asked to submit an enrollment deposit 2 weeks from the date of acceptance.
Transfer students are encouraged to live on campus, and we have several residence hall options. Within two weeks of submitting an enrollment deposit, the student will receive a link to Loyola's Housing Application. In order to request a housing exemption, student must complete the application. Students who are at least 21 years of age, OR hold more than 64 transferable credit hours, are not required to live in on-campus housing.
Transfer students who apply to Loyola with "in progress" credit, must submit an official copy of the final transcript, once grades are posted. Transcripts can be emailed, faxed or mailed to the attention of the Admissions Office. In order to receive credit for dual enrollment, AP or IB test scores taken during high school, Loyola must have official transcripts from the institution and/or official copies of test scores from the College Board. Be sure that all scores and college credit are received by the Admissions Office prior to orientation.
Orientation is mandatory for all new students. At orientation, students will meet with an academic advisor, receive a student ID, register for a parking pass, and more. A link to register for orientation will be sent immediately after submitting the enrollment deposit.
Loyola and Louisiana law require all students to submit the required vaccination documentation:
The Proof of Immunization Compliance Form requires a physician, or other healthcare provider, to verify the data on specific immunizations. Once the form is complete, please upload it your Admissions application portal. Please refer to Student Health Services for any questions or call 504.865.3326.
Please come to one of our Admitted Student Days! It’s a special event for admitted students and their families. You’ll get a taste of Loyola, meet students and faculty in your area of study and be able to meet one-on-one with financial aid. If you can’t make it, no problem, we would be happy to schedule a private visit for you. We offer tours and a meeting with an admissions counselor. Schedule your visit today!
To finalize your acceptance as an international student and get an I-20, you need to provide documentation confirming you have funding to cover your expenses for one full year of tuition, room, board and fees at Loyola New Orleans.
Once you’ve been officially admitted, you’ll get an admissions packet with your official acceptance letter and I-20 visa request forms. Please contact your embassy to start the VISA process right away. The deadline to submit your enrollment deposit is May 1.
For us to accept your admission, you must pay the $500 enrollment deposit. This deposit confirms your intent to attend Loyola New Orleans and lets us send you information about orientation, housing, advising and class selection, along with health services, dining services and more.
Again, the deadline to submit your enrollment deposit is May 1, but once you know Loyola is your choice, go to: loyno.edu/deposit to pay by credit card, electronic check or by paper check, which must include this downloadable deposit form.
To learn more, call 1-800-4-LOYOLA or schedule your visit online.