Topics: Important dates, Mardi Gras safety tips, Lenten retreat in daily life, study abroad financials FAQ, Summer Session 2023, Career Expo 2023, Loyola Loyal Day, spiritual reflection on Lent and Mardi Gras.
Topics: Important dates, FAFSA Q&A, room selection guide for parents, summer study abroad programs, Confirmation classes, Office of Accessible Education, TRIO Student Support Services, reflecting on the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Topics: Special holiday message.
Topics: Important dates, Lagniappe Days, peer tutoring, Wolf Pack Athletics, FAFSA applications, Commencement 2023, COVID boosters and flu shots, seasonal allergies vs. COVID vs. the flu, the 33rd anniversary of the Salvadoran Jesuit martyrs, Thanksgiving.
Topics: J-Term and Spring 2023 registration, midterm grades, FAFSA applications, fall engagement opportunities, Study Abroad Fair, crime and safety resources, What to Make of Halloween.
Topics: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), study abroad at LOYNO, Fall 2022 Career Fair, student success resources, wellness and anxiety management, flu season preparation, graduation preparation.
Topics: Access to student records, student engagement on campus, student success resources.
Midterm Grades Posted by Midnight
March 22, 2023
Loyola Loyal Day
March 22–23, 2023
Fall 2023 Advising Starts
March 27, 2023
April 6 – 10, 2023
May 12 – 13, 2023
Summer Session Starts
May 15, 2023
Need access to your student’s information?
In keeping with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a parent or guardian must be explicitly authorized by their student to receive access to information such as:
- Educational records
- Registration status
- Class schedule
- Room and board
- Financial aid
- Billing information
There are a few different ways your student can give you access. Learn more in the links below.
Instructions for Guardian Proxy Access
Instructions for Student Records Release
Instructions to Set up an Authorized User
Answers to Your Most Common FAFSA Questions
The FAFSA process can be overwhelming. We're here to help! Loyola’s Director of Financial Aid Anna Daigle answers some of the most frequently asked questions.
Does my student need to complete a FAFSA every year?
Yes, each year your student must complete a new FAFSA. The student will receive reminders from FAFSA to renew their FAFSA after October 1 of each year. The renewal FAFSA will come prepopulated with some of the same information provided on the first FAFSA to help ease the financial aid renewal process.
Should I still complete the FAFSA if I know I won't qualify for anything but loans?
Yes, always apply even if you don’t think your student will be eligible. You don’t want to assume anything and miss out on opportunities for assistance. This could be helpful in determining eligibility for any available institutional need-based aid. Or, if some extenuating circumstance (loss of job, death, hospitalization) happens during the year, then we will already have your student’s FAFSA on file to try to help your family through this challenging situation.
What if my family’s situation has changed significantly?
Please let us know after you have filed your 2022 Federal Income Tax with the IRS. Our staff will provide more information at that time on how to request a FAFSA appeal to address changes such as loss/decrease in income, extreme medical expenses, change in marital status, etc.
After completing the FAFSA when will I hear about financial aid?
Continuing students should start receiving award notifications in late May 2023. We strongly recommend all students check their student email regularly for updates. For one-on-one support, reach out to our office at 504-865-3231, email email@example.com, or book an appointment.
The Latest at LOYNONews and announcements from across the university.
Earlier this semester, Loyola Opera Theatre performed Mozart's "The Magic Flute" with a fresh spin.
J-term Study Abroad Program in Thailand
Students and faculty members from the College of Business had a successful first-ever J-term Study Abroad Program in Thailand! This exciting new program, offered in cooperation with the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), exposed students to the dynamic business environment of Thailand while immersing them in the unique culture of the "land of smiles."
A favorite LOYNO tradition, students always have fun at Sneaux – our annual event where we cover the front lawn of Marquette Hall with real snow! Students get into the holiday spirit and have some fun leading into finals week.
NAIA 2022 Champions
It's official! We celebrated the 21-22 men’s basketball team with a national championship banner and ring ceremony.
The Maroon Wins Pacemaker
HOWL! The Maroon, Loyola’s student newspaper, won its eighth Pacemaker Award and received official recognition as the nation’s Best College Newspaper.
'Tis the season for music. The College of Music and Media has a packed performance calendar through the end of the semester.
Meet Loyola's Environmental Justice Scholars
These talented students partner with local environmental organizations to bridge knowledge from the classroom with what's happening in their community.
Loyola Unveils New Nursing Sim Lab
Nursing students practice important clinical skills in the new state-of-the-art Loyola Ochsner Simulation Lab.
Celebrating Francis Family Hall
Students enjoy a cookout to celebrate the newly renamed Francis Family Hall in honor of Loyola Law alumnus Dr. Norman C. Francis, his wife Blanche, and the entire Francis family.