Tuition and Financial Aid
Think investing in a Loyola education is out of your reach? Think again.
At Loyola University Chicago, we're committed to making a high-quality education affordable.
Hailed by U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, and Businessweek as a top national university and a best value, Loyola will provide the right resources for you to achieve your educational goals. We’ll help you turn your dream of a Loyola education into a reality.
Loyola University Chicago offers many financial aid options including scholarships, need-based grants, work-study, loans based on a family’s ability to pay, payment plans, and other financing programs. You can also choose from a variety of employment options that provide paid community service on and off campus. Students typically work 10-20 hours a week.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid, you should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1 to meet Loyola’s priority processing deadline. Learn more about applying for financial aid.
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