Loyola University Maryland

Office of Financial Aid

Undergraduate Financial Aid

Students learning, leading, and serving

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

We understand that funding your education requires a significant financial commitment from you and your family. We also know that applying for financial aid can be confusing and frustrating. We are here to help. Our financial aid team is dedicated to helping you navigate the application process and committed to making our Jesuit, private education affordable and accessible for all students. Approximately 92% of undergraduates are receiving some form of aid from federal, state, institutional, and private sources—and our average financial aid package is $35,650. You may discover that the actual out-of-pocket cost to attend Loyola is more affordable than you think.

Cost of Attendance

Colleges and universities construct student expense budgets which include standard allowances for tuition, fees, room, meal services, books and supplies, transportation, and personal/miscellaneous expenses. A student's cost of attendance is based on the enrollment status (full or part-time) and housing status (on-campus, off-campus, or with parents). The following chart lists Loyola's current student expense budgets based on full-time enrollment for the 2019-20 Academic Year.  Budget figures for the 2020-21 academic year will be available by 12/1/19.

Cost / Expense On Campus Off Campus With Parents
 Direct Costs *
     
Tuition $48,700 $48,700 $48,700
Fees $1,400 $1,400 $1,400
Room and Board $14,710 -----
 Indirect Costs **
     
Off Campus Room / Board Allowance    $8010  
Commuter Living Expense Allowance ----- ----- $2,790
Books and Supplies $1,250 $1,250 $1,250
Transportation/Personal $1,600 $1,690 $2,490
TOTAL $67,380 $61,050 $56,630
* Costs that will appear on your bill ** Costs that will not appear on your bill but you are likely to incur as a student. Costs are estimated as they will vary by student.

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