Loyola University Maryland

Office of Financial Aid

You want to invest in your future.
We'll do everything we can to make that possible.

Loyola maintains a strong commitment to helping make our Jesuit, private education affordable for accepted students and their families. We encourage you to review the information provided in each section of our website and contact us if you have any questions or need additional guidance regarding your options. Our goal is to make planning for your educational expenses as easy as possible.

Undergraduate Students

At the undergraduate level, we sponsor an excellent program of institutionally-funded academic scholarships, need-based grants and athletic grants, in addition to our participation in the major federal and state student aid programs. Parents may also consider additional financing alternatives through the Federal Parent Loan Program (PLUS) and the TMS monthly payment plan.

Undergraduate Student Application Process

Graduate Students

At the graduate level, individual academic departments offer a limited number of fellowships, scholarships and grants to assist students with their education expenses. Graduate assistantships are available through academic and administrative departments and students may also consider borrowing funds through the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program.

Graduate Student Application Process

98% of Loyola graduates are employed, in graduate or professional school, or participating in a year of service within 6-9 months of graduation

92% of students receive some type of financial aid

83% of students receive a Loyola-funded scholarship or grant

Recognized as a top school for value by Kiplinger’s forbes, money magazine, payscale.com, and the princeton review

$27,700 average net price for first time students who received need-based aid

$35,650 average need-based financial aid package for first time students

No. 12 among only 23 universities recognized for focus on and commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching

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