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Cost of Attendance

A graduate student’s Cost of Attendance (COA) is determined on an annual basis considering actual tuition; standard allowances for books, course materials, supplies, and equipment; transportation; health insurance; dependent-care; fees; costs of obtaining a license, certification, or a first professional credential; miscellaneous expenses; and federal loan fees. The COA is an estimate of what it may cost to attend Loyola for one year. It’s intended to help the student budget, but it’s also used by the graduate financial aid office to determine maximum eligibility for financial aid. The COA is not a bill and actual expenses will vary by student. At Loyola, students will be billed for tuition and any associated fees for their degree. 

Cost of Attendance Budgets by Program