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Tuition, Scholarships and Financial Aid



Merit-based Scholarships: 
Merit based scholarships are awarded to applicants based on their strength across academic disciplines as well as a commitment to his or her school through extracurricular and community based activities.  A scholar goes above and beyond what is asked of him or her in the classroom demonstrating exceptional leadership qualities, possessing a solid foundation of core values and a strong understanding of a Jesuit education.

Need-based Financial Aid: 
Financial aid is awarded to applicants based on the evaluation of their financial aid application package by Loyola’s Financial Aid Committee. Please note that while Loyola’s admissions decisions are need-blind and we do strive to maximize financial assistance, we are not able to meet the financial needs for all students offered admission. Families should indicate they are interested in being considered for financial aid by checking the box on the online admissions application. They will then receive a letter with instructions on how to apply for financial aid. Families will be notified of need-based financial aid award decisions at the same time that they receive notice of admission.

Families may begin applying for financial aid on October 23rd, 2017. For information on the application please use the Applying Financial Aid for the 2018-2019 School Year document located below.  

Single parent families wishing to waive the requirement of obtaining financial documents from their child's non-custodial second parent must fill out a custodial waiver form located below.

For the Parents’ Financial Statement Workbook and Instruction Booklet, attachment below.