Visit New Orleans and Loyola
One important factor in your decision is where you will call home while you're in college. Come to New Orleans and Loyola's campus so you can experience the environment that will be the backdrop to your journey for the next four years. Can't make it to the city? Don't worry, we have worked hard to make sure our visit options are also available to you virtually.
October 20 – Fall Open House
November 3 – Fall Open House
January 15 – Honors Program and Social Justice Applications Due
March 15 – Wolf Pack Preview Day
April 12 – Wolf Pack Preview Day
May 1 – National Decisions Day
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Loyno Family Portal
Learn more about Loyola and join communities that are important to you and your student. Personalize information that caters to you and your student's interests, and interact with other families going through the college search process.
Questions about Affordability?
At Loyola, we are equipped to help every one of our potential students with their questions regarding finances. Look to the right to be directed to the proper websites for your questions!
Have questions about the FAFSA? Contact our Financial Aid office so they can get you in contact with one of their financial aid counselors.
Student Financial Services
Have you already received your Financial Award letter and want to better understand the costs of the university? Student Financial Services can guide you through the process.
Want to know about the scholarships you have received, and the other university-run scholarship programs? Our scholarships page can provide you with more information.
Frequently Asked Questions:
All current and prospective Undergraduate Students who have specific questions about their financial aid can call or email the Financial Aid office for assistance and one of our counselors would be happy to help you.
Financial Aid 504-865-3231, firstname.lastname@example.org
*All calls and emails will be answered within normal office hours of Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:45pm (during peak times it may take up 24-36 hours to answer all calls and emails).
You can follow our step by step directions of how to submit your deposit* online here.
- On-campus students: $500 (Combined Tuition and Housing deposit)
- Commuter students: $300 (Tuition deposit)
*Enrollment deposits for a Fall semester start are nonrefundable after May 1.
After May 1, you will start to receive regular updates from the Admissions Office about next steps leading up to the Fall semester. In the meantime, please check your Admissions portal for required documents needed before arriving on campus in the fall.
Yes. Currently the state agency (LOSFA) that awards TOPS requires an SAT or ACT score to award the TOPS Scholarship. You must take and submit a qualifying test score to both LOSFA and to Loyola if you want to use TOPS. Loyola will use the score to determine TOPS eligibility, but we will not factor your test score into your admissions decision.
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