Costs for the Program
The cost for each student includes all session materials, two days of meals, and the overnight stay between Day 1 and Day 2 of the program. Family members/guests can choose to stay on campus, or may elect to come during the day for meals and sessions and find their own lodging for the evening.
Student Orientation Fee
- $130 per student - includes programming, meals, lodging, and materials
Parents and Family Fees
- $130 per person - if staying overnight on campus. Includes lodging, programming, meals, and materials
- $80 per person - includes programming, meals, and materials only
On Campus Lodging
All students are required to stay on campus in our residence halls during the orientation program, and are placed into rooms with other members of the incoming class. All students attending Summer Orientation stay on campus overnight, even if they live locally or plan to commute to campus during the academic year. Towels and sleeping linens are provided.
Typically, half of accompanying family members choose to stay on campus, and are housed in a separate residence hall (all of Loyola's residence halls are air-conditioned). In some cases, a parent travelling solo will share an apartment with a parent of the same gender from another family. Private bathrooms and sleeping areas are provided for each person, with a common living area and kitchen. Towels and sleeping linens are provided. There is an opportunity to request accommodations on the reservation form.
If parents/family members choose to stay off campus, please refer to our compiled a list of hotels in the area.
More information regarding lodging at Summer Orientation may be found under Frequently Asked Questions