Loyola University Chicago

Financial Aid Office

Gainful Employment

Gainful Employment Disclosures

The U.S. Education Department's gainful employment regulations require disclosure of certain program information to students and prospective students. Gainful employment programs are those that "prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." 

Institutions are required to report this information for all undergraduate and graduate programs that are federal student aid eligible and that lead to certificates, diplomas, graduate certificates, or specialist awards. Note: reporting is not required for undergraduate certificates and diplomas less than 16 credits and graduate certificates and specialist awards that are less than 8 credits. Degree programs at all levels are not considered to be gainful employment programs.

Regulations require disclosure of the following information for each "gainful employment" program:

  • Information on occupations that the program prepares students to enter
  • Program costs including tuition and fees and book and supplies
  • Median federal and private loan debt of recent graduates
  • On-time completion rate of recent graduates
  • Job placement rate of recent graduates

This information is provided in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education final regulations as published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010 [75 FR 66665 and FR 66832] and on June 13, 2011 [76 FR 34386]. 

If you have an unresolved complaint, please click here to learn how to proceed. 

Disclosure information for each of the "gainful employment" programs offered at Loyola University Chicago can be found below:

 

Biomedical Sciences

Bioethics and Health Policy

Public Health

Institute for Paralegal Studies

Paralegal Studies

Paralegal Studies—Corporate Practice

Litigation and Corporate Practice

Institute of Pastoral Studies

Health Care Ministry Leadership

Pastoral Counseling

Religious Education

Social Justice

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual Direction—Ignatian Exercises

Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Adult/Gerontology—Acute Care (post MSN)

Adult/Gerontology—Primary Care (post MSN)

Clinical Nurse Specialist—Oncology

Clinical Nurse Specialist—Oncology (post MSN)

Dietetics

Family Nurse Practitioner

Family Nurse Practitioner—Emergency

Health Care Informatics

Nurse Practitioner—Women’s Health

Oncology

Population-based Infection Control

Quinlan School of Business

Business Administration

Business Data Analytics

Business Ethics

Data Warehousing

Information Systems

Marketing

Supply Chain Fundamentals

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Actuarial Science

Computer Science

Graphic Design

Health Systems

Finance.pdf

Mathematics

Non-profit and Church Leadership

Operations Management

Operations Research

Organizational Psychology

Public Affairs Management

Social Sciences and Non-profit Management

Statistics

School of Education

Administration and Supervision 1

Administration and Supervision 2

Behavior Intervention Specialist

 Organizational Evaluation

Reading Teacher Endorsement

Research Methodology

School Counseling

School Psychology

School of Law

Child and Family Law

Health Law

International Law

Public Interest Law

Tax Law

Trial Advocacy

School of Social Work

Advanced School Mental Health Practice

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling

Non-profit Management and Philanthropy

Social Work Endorsement 

The Graduate School (Arts and Sciences)

Classical Studies—Post-baccalaureate Certificate

Women’s and Gender Studies