- University-funded need- and merit-based academic scholarships: $45,537,835
- University-funded athletic grants: $5,248,270
- Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid: 70.9%
- Percentage of undergraduates receiving Loyola-funded aid: 60.5%
An education at Loyola—or any other college or university—represents an enormous investment. More and more students and families have begun to turn to Loyola for help in making this education attainable. And, thanks in large measure to the continued support of Evergreen Fund donors, Loyola has answered this call, meeting the full, demonstrated financial aid need for each enrolling undergraduate for the past four years. Today, nearly 70 percent of all undergraduates receive some need- or merit-based financial aid, a percentage that has been increasing steadily in recent years. Loyola increased its financial aid resources by $3 million for this coming year alone. It's a commitment we will not back down from—access and opportunity for talented students is a key part of our identity as a Jesuit university and we believe our community benefits from the presence of students from all socioeconomic backgrounds. You can see this commitment in our decision to offer full, four-year scholarships to the young men of Boys Hope Girls Hope Baltimore, and you can see it in the actions of generous donors like the Spillane family, who are making sure a new generation of students has the same opportunity for Loyola to change their lives.