Undergraduate Tuition

It’s all about the value.

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.

2013-2014 tuition and fees for full-time undergraduate students

Annual Expense Items Commuter Resident
Tuition 1 $35,504 $35,504
University Fees 2 $1,356 $1,416
Residence Hall Room 3 n/a $7,190
Meal Plan 4 n/a $4,672
Totals $36,860 $48,782

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.