When you consider what you get -- an education shaped by high academic standards, an extensive alumni network, real-work experience, access to a comprehensive range of life-enhancing athletic and wellness programs, and more -- the value of a Loyola degree becomes even more apparent.
More than 450 academic and talent-based scholarships may be given each year, and 84 percent of our students receive some form of financial aid.
Want to attend Loyola but need financial help? We encourage you to apply for financial aid. You’ll find forms in your application packet, but you can get additional forms from the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
|Annual Expense Items||Commuter||Resident|
|University Fees 2||$1,356||$1,416|
|Residence Hall Room 3||n/a||$7,190|
|Meal Plan 4||n/a||$4,672|
Note: The expenses listed above represent the estimated average cost of attendance for full-time undergraduate study at Loyola for the 2013-2014 academic year. There will also be additional expenses for books, supplies, travel to Loyola, and other miscellaneous or personal expenses.
1. Represents two 12+ hour semesters. Part-time rates are $965 per credit hour.
2. Includes a one-time orientation fee of $250. Lab fees for disposable materials not included.
3. Based on the average cost of a room (double occupancy) in Buddig or Biever Hall.
4. Represents the cost of the 15 Meals per Week plan.