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LIEP Dates and Costs

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If you want to apply for March 2021 online, application deadline is March 5, 2021! Contact us so we can help you get started!

Calendar of Dates 2021

*Dates may be subject to change, always confirm dates by emailing liep@loyno.edu

Term

WEEKS

START DATE

END DATE

Spring 2021
(A full session 15 weeks,
and a half session is 8 weeks.) 

*ALL courses will be offered Part-Time and Online only

Full-Time sessions beginning on-campus in August 2021

15 weeks 
1st 8 weeks
2nd 8 weeks**
January 19*
January 19*
March 13
 
May 7
March 10
May 7

 

 

Fall 2021

(A full session 15 weeks,
and a half session is 8 weeks.) 

15 weeks 
1st 8 weeks
2nd 8 weeks**

August (unannounced)
August (unannounced)
October (unannounced)

 

 

December (unannounced)
October (unannounced)
December (unannounced)

 

Summer 2021*
(Accepting applications for group programming now!)

To Be Announced

To Be Announced
To Be Announced 

- *Custom Summer Sessions available for Groups! Email us at liep@loyno.edu

 - Students wishing to enroll for half a semester can do so by starting or ending at the mid-term date. Students who wish to start at the mid-term date should be aware that they are entering in the middle of the 15 week session. A mid-term start date is not recommended for students at the low-intermediate level. The length of the 7-8 week term will depend on university holidays.


**Students who wish to start at mid-term need to be present for orientation on the following dates:

   - Spring 2021 2nd Online 8-week session: March 13

   

Costs 2021 Academic Year

Notes for reading the charts:

Online-Only Courses: All work and interaction takes place online. Online students do not automatically have access to campus resources. 

Full-Time: 20 hours of class time per week. 4 separate core skills classes: Writing, Grammar, Speaking/Listening, and Reading

Part-Time: 10 hours of class time per week. One integrated skills course: Writing, Grammar, Speaking/Listening, and Reading

Length of Session: Corresponds to university semester. 15 weeks = full semester, 7-8 weeks = half semester (length based on university holidays)

*Students will only be billed for the services and resources they use

ONLINE CLASSES (January - May 2021)

Academic Costs

Online Only

15 Weeks

Full-Time 

Online Only

15 Weeks

Part-Time

 Online Only

7-8 Weeks

Full-Time

 Online Only

7 - 8 Weeks

Part-Time

Tuition

 Not Available in Spring 

$1,500 

 Not Available in Spring

$750 

Textbooks/Materials

 ---

 ---

 ---

 ---

Activities Fee

 $100  

$100 

 $50

 $50

Total Estimated Cost

 Not Available

$1,550

 Not Available

 $800

 

       

 

       

 

ON-CAMPUS COURSES (AUGUST 2021 and Beyond)

Academic Costs

 Hyflex Courses

15 Weeks

Full-Time

 Hyflex Courses

15 Weeks

Part-Time 

  Hyflex Courses

7-8 Weeks

Full-Time

  Hyflex Courses

7-8 Weeks

Part-Time

Tuition

 $4,500

$2,250 

$2,250 

 $1,125

Textbooks/Materials

 $150

 $150

 $150

 $150

Activities Fee

 $100

 $100

 $50

 $50

Subtotal

 $4750

 $2,500

 $2,450

 $1,325

Living Costs (estimated)

 

 

 

 

Housing and Meals (on Campus)

 $6,745

 $6,745 

 $3,600

$3,600 

Health Insurance (required for F-1 visa students)

 $700  

 $700

 $350

 $350

Personal Expenses

 $1,000

 $1,000

 $500

 $500

Subtotal

 $8,445

 $8,445

 $4,450

 $4,450

Total Estimated Cost

(F-1 visas require documentation of this amount during application process)

 $13,195

 $10,945

 $6,900

 $5,775

 

Housing

On-campus housing will be very limited in Spring 2021. If you wish to stay on campus , please contact us as soon as possible, and we will check availability for you.

 

Housing for men and women is available on campus in Loyola’s modern, air-conditioned residence halls. They provide a safe living environment and give you the opportunity to make friends with U.S. students. All rooms are double rooms, and LIEP students are almost always placed with English-speaking roommates. You should apply early because rooms are extremely limited. 

 

 


Many apartments are available near campus if you plan to stay in New Orleans for a longer period of time. For more information about living off-campus, visit http://loyno.universityrentallisting.com. We recommend, however, that you initially live on campus. There is a cafeteria on campus which serves three meals daily. There are also many inexpensive restaurants in the university area.

If you decide to live on-campus, you will need to fill out out a housing application and contract. This is available as part of your LIEP application.

 
 

 

 
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