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We are dedicated to helping undergraduate students through the financial aid process. Students should contact their counselor if they have any additional questions or concerns. Each student is assigned to a specific financial aid counselor based on his or her last name.
In This Section:
Types and Sources of Financial Aid | Community Service Programs | International Students | Students Working On A 2nd Bachelor's Degree | Applying for Aid | Aid and Your Bill |Money Management Tips| Graduation and Beyond
Grants and Scholarships
Grants and Scholarships are sources of financial assistance that do not have to be repaid. Grants and Scholarships are usually awarded based on financial need, merit or a combination of both. Visit our Undergraduate Grants and Scholarships page to learn more about the types available and application procedures .
Loans are sources of financial assistance that allow you to spread the cost of education over time. Visit our Undergraduate Loans page to learn more about the types of loans available and procedures.
The Human Resources Department supports the teaching and research mission of Loyola by developing, implementing and administering Human Resources practices and programs that will attract and engage the highest quality employees and support them in the achievement of their contributions. Visit our Student Employment page for more information about programs and services available to our undergraduate students.
Federal Tax Benefits for Educational Expenses
Review this page for information about CURRENT programs and projected changes for 2009-2010. This page also contains reference links to help families through the filing process.
As a Catholic and Jesuit institution, Loyola is committed the the cause of social justice. We encourage our students to participate in projects, activities and careers that serve the needs of under privileged and marginalized populations. Learn more about the opportunities available through our Community Service Programs page.
Most grants, scholarships, and loans from public and private sources are restricted to US citizens. However, there are resources including scholarships and loans available to assist international students with the cost of education. Visit our International Students page to learn more.
Students must complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be considered for all need-based federal, state, and institutional aid programs. The Loyola University New Orleans FAFSA Code is 002016.
Visit our Applying for Undergraduate Aid page to learn more about the application process .
To make smart decisions about the amount of student aid to accept, you need to understand what items are included and are not included in the cost of attendance. You also need to anticipate what charges will be applied to your student bill and know what departments work together to process student funds. Visit our Aid and Your Bill page to learn more .
The financial aid staff exists to help students seek, obtain, and make the best use of all available financial resources. This includes providing education resources that will improve financial literacy. Making good financial decisions as an undergraduate will improve your financial stability in the years after graduation. Visit the pages below for more detailed information on each financial literacy topic.
This page details information about the Alumni Association Graduation Awards Program, money management tips for young alumni, community service programs, and information about loan repayment options.
Updated January 1, 2013