Information for the Class of 2019

Congratulations on your acceptance to Loyola! We are excited for you to become part of the Loyola family. The following information explains the next steps to take after you receive your admission letter.

Next Steps

After you receive your admission letter:

Step 1: Apply for financial aid

The financial aid application filing deadline is Feb. 15. Applicants for need-based financial aid must file the 2015-16 CSS PROFILE Application, www.collegeboard.com, and the 2015-16 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), www.fafsa.ed.gov. Loyola University Maryland’s CSS PROFILE Code Number is 5370 and FAFSA Code Number is 002078. For more information visit: www.loyola.edu/financialaid.

Step 2: Visit campus

We invite you to come and take a closer look! Visit opportunities include:

Live LOYOLA: Our Open House for High School Seniors
Feb. 21

Class Visits: Contact our visit coordinator at admission@loyola.edu to register for a weekday class visit.

Weekday Visits: Information Session and Campus Tour

Saturday at LOYOLA: Information Session and Campus Tour
Jan. 24, Feb. 14, March 14, April 25

Step 3: Connect with classmates on Loyola’s official Facebook group

We invite you to join our Facebook group designed specifically for accepted and deposited Loyola University Maryland students. The site is an online community where you can share thoughts, ideas, suggestions and questions; and get more information. This page is the only official community sponsored by Loyola.

As we do every year, the site will be closely monitored by Loyola administrators until August 15, at which point we will remove ourselves from the group, but invite students to continue to connect with one another.

Step 4: Still have questions? Contact your admission counselor

Our admission counselors work with students and college counseling offices in specific regions or territories across the country and internationally. The same counselor visiting your high school, or representing Loyola at a college fair in your area, is your contact and resource in Loyola’s office of undergraduate admission. Admission counselors work with you, your family, and your school counselors to help navigate you through the admission and enrollment process. They are familiar with the high school you attend, the area you are coming from, and even know Loyola alumni from your high school. Connect with your admission counselor as you finalize your college search!

Step 5: Submit your deposit!

First-year resident students admitted through the Early Decision plan must submit a fee of $750 ($350 for commuters) within 10 days of the date on their acceptance letter in order to secure their place in the entering class as well as a space in the residence halls.

First-year resident students admitted through the Early Action and Regular Decision plan must submit a fee of $750 ($350 for commuters) by May 1 in order to secure their place in the entering class as well as a space in the residence halls.

The deposit is non-refundable, unless a student is not awarded class or housing space, and is applied toward tuition and room and board fees. Deposits may be charged on Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover cards. No telephone charges will be accepted.

Submit your deposit at www.loyola.edu/deposit.

After you deposit:

Check back in March for additional next steps.