Loyola University Maryland

Records Office

Tuition and Fees: 2014-15

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Tuition (per credit) $692
Summer: Per undergraduate semester hour for all students. Audit courses carry the same fees. Students taking six or more credits during the Summer Sessions are considered full-time. Students who register by April 25, 2014 receive a 10 percent discount on tuition.  
Fall/Spring: Per undergraduate semester hour for part-time students. Audit courses carry the same fees. Students taking 12 or more credits during the Fall or Spring Semester are considered full-time.  
Fall Tuition Deposit  
   Resident Students (includes Housing) $600
   Commuter Students $300
Summer Housing  
   Full Summer (11 weeks) $1,881
   Summer Session I (6 weeks) $1,026
   Summer Session II (5 weeks)
Registration Fee (per semester; non-refundable) $25
Late Registration Fee
   Added if registration is not completed by the following dates:
   Summer Session I: May 28, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
   Summer Session II: July 11, 2014, 4:30 p.m.
   Fall Semester: August 29, 2014, 4:30 p.m.
   Spring Semester: January 9, 2015, 4:30 p.m.
Laboratory Fee (where applicable): $50
Graduation Application Fee (see Deadlines) $150
Returned Check Fee $25
Declined Credit Card Fee $25
Dance Fee $250
Applied Music Fee  
   1/2 hour $300
   1 hour $600
The non-refundable applied music fee is payable directly to the instructor at the first lesson. If the fee is not paid in full, a hold is placed on grade reports, transcripts, etc.  

Tuition and fees are reviewed annually. Changes to tuition or fees go into effect beginning with the summer sessions.

Tuition, housing, registration and other fees may be paid by credit card via WebAdvisor; a 2.5 percent convenience fee will be charged. There is a $25 declined credit card fee. If the bank refuses to honor payment made by check for any reason, a returned check fee of $25 will be charged.

In many instances, income tax deductions are allowed for tuition and other educational expenses. Students are referred to the federal ruling on income tax deductions for teachers and other professional people seeking to maintain or improve skills required in their employment. For all questions regarding financial aid, please inquire at the Financial Aid Office (HU 207A) or call 410-617-2576.