Office of Enrollment Management

The Office of Enrollment Management is the central administrative office for initiating and implementing strategies and tactics to shape Loyola’s enrollment and meet established goals. Elements include marketing, admission practices and policies, retention programs, and the awarding of financial aid and scholarships. The office strives to enroll, retain, and graduate diverse classes of students who can be successful at Loyola and who, upon graduation, will have benefited from and who will then promulgate the mission of the university.

Offices

Admissions | Financial Aid

Admissions

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is the central administrative office for marketing, recruiting, admitting, and enrolling new ndergraduate students. To accomplish its tasks the Office of Admissions utilizes the latest recruitment technologies and best practices. The office strives to enroll diverse classes of students who can be successful at Loyola and who, upon graduation, will have benefited from and who will then promulgate the mission of the university.

Financial Aid

As part of the Office of Enrollment Management, staff members in the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid are committed to supporting the University’s goals of enrolling and graduating a highly talented and diverse student body. Our student-focused staff works to help students and their families seek, obtain, and make the best use of all resources available to help them finance the costs of attending Loyola University New Orleans. We aim to provide efficient and effective access to programs and services through personalized attention and the use of state-of-the-art technology. In partnership with internal, federal, state, and other organizations, staff members coordinate the administration of all student financial assistance awarded to ensure equity and consistency in the delivery of funds to students. We are dedicated to providing for the proper stewardship of all University, government and private funds that are utilized by our students to finance their education.

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