Recognizing the special financial needs of working students, Loyola has attempted to maintain a reasonable tuition at a level significantly lower than comparable day programs. This practice, in itself a form of financial assistance, does not preclude students from seeking assistance through the traditional financial aid programs. Financial aid is available to all eligible persons. Students who think they may be eligible must fill out the Financial Aid Form. Monthly tuition payment plans are also available. For further information call the Financial Aid Office at (504) 865-3231. Students who participate in an employer-sponsored tuition reimbursement program may apply to defer up to 90% of their tuition and fees until the end of the semester. Contact the Loyola’s Office of Professional & Continuing Studies at (504) 865-3530 for details. Find out more about Financial Aid »
The following scholarships are available to evening students. We will begin accepting applications for the summer 2016 semester on Monday, May 23, 2016. Click here to access and download the application. *The deadline for submitting a completed application for summer 2016 scholarships is 5:00 pm Friday, June 3, 2016. Applications will be reviewed and scholarships awarded by a sub-committee appointed by the university. Scholarship recipients will be notified by Friday, June 10, 2016.
Betty P. Fosberg Scholarship
This award is named in honor of Mrs. Betty P. Fosberg, who served adult students from 1982 until her retirement in 1997. Her contributions to the college and its students are remembered by many. The endowed scholarship fund that bears her name is a fitting tribute to her from those with whom she came in contact. The Betty P. Fosberg Scholarship may be awarded to the same person no more than two times. All scholarships require the applicant be enrolled in 6 hours of classes. Other eligibility criteria specify that the applicant:
LaNasa-Greco Endowed Scholarship
The LaNasa-Greco Foundation funds this endowed scholarship for the purpose of assisting academically talented adult students at Loyola University New Orleans. The scholarship funds are available to both part-time and full-time students. Eligibility criteria specify that the applicant:
Alumni Board Endowed Scholarship
The Alumni Board funds this endowed scholarship by conducting annual fundraisers to aid students who wish to earn a degree at Loyola University. Scholarship recipients can be awarded twice, but not two semesters in succession. Eligibility criteria specifies that an applicant: