15,789 total enrollment; 10,077 undergraduates; 2,076 new freshmen; 590 transfer students
From 50 states and territories, and 82 countries
Approximately 31% African American, Asian American, Latin American, Multi-racial, Native American, and other race/ethnicity
Mean GPA: 3.7
Middle 50% range on SAT Verbal: 540 - 650
Middle 50% range on SAT Math: 530 - 650
Middle 50% range on ACT composite: 24 - 29
Students from two-year schools: 58.3%
Students from four-year schools: 41.7%
Priority deadline for freshman admission: December 1
Deadline for freshman scholarship consideration: February 1*
Application for the Interdisciplinary Honors Program for freshmen: February 1*
Application for financial assistance (FAFSA): March 1
Enrollment and housing deposit deadline: May 1**
Priority deadline for Fall transfer admission: June 1
Priority deadline for Spring transfer admission: November 1
* Must be admitted to the University by this date.
** Refunds will not be given after this date.
Note: If the class fills, we reserve the right to utilize a wait list.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
For information about scholarships and financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance Web site.
Loyola's low student-to-faculty ratio reflects its commitment to excellence in undergraduate education. For every 15 undergraduate students, there is one faculty member. 97% of faculty members hold the highest academic degrees in their respective fields.
For information about campus housing, please visit the Residence Life Web site.
Tuition and Fees
For current tuition information, please visit the Bursar Web site.