Loyola is pleased to offer both need-based financial aid and merit-based scholarships to undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students.
All students are eligible to receive merit-based scholarships, and every student who completes an application for admission is automatically considered for merit scholarship funding. No separate application is required, and you will be notified of your merit scholarship at the time of admission.
Additional information about merit-based scholarships can be found here.
Need-Based Financial Assistance
Undocumented and DACA students are considered for need-based financial like any other domestic student. Because federal financial aid is not available for undocumented and DACA students, Loyola provides institutional financial aid in its place.
Need-based awards are intended to supplement the amount that a student can pay in order to reach the full cost of attendance. Our need-based awards can cover up to the cost of full tuition, though these cases are extremely rare. Undocumented and DACA students will be considered for admission and institutional need-based financial assistance based upon a review of the academic qualifications, financial need, and availability of student aid resources. Loyola is unable to increase scholarship awards once they are allocated, and we are also unable to guarantee that we will meet 100% of a student’s financial need.
Scholarship and need-based awards are renewable for the same amount for up to four years (eight semesters, fall and spring) provided the student maintains full-time enrollment, meets the minimum grade point average (GPA) and Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements.
Spring Admission Applicants
All Spring Admission applicants must complete the following by November 15 in order to receive their Financial Aid decision before the January 3 deposit deadline.
Complete the 2022-23 CSS Profile Application
Complete the Profile online at https://cssprofile.org. Loyola University's CSS Code Number is 5370. Check out the CSS Profile Student Guide for more complete information on the Profile completion process. CSS Profile Customer Support can be reached at 844-202-0524 or the College Board's contact us page.
Loyola will request your 2020 Federal Tax Return and your parents' 2020 Federal Tax Return information to verify the financial information reported on the CSS Profile application. Loyola participates in the College Board's Institutional Documentation Service (IDOC) to collect parent and student tax return forms. After you file the CSS Profile Application, the College Board will email you complete instructions for submitting your Federal Tax Return forms.
For complete instructions on submitting your Federal Tax Return forms, please visit our Collection of Federal Tax Return Information page.
Fall Admission Applicants
Application Deadlines & Notification Dates
|Financial Aid Application Deadline
|Financial Aid Notification
*Students who submit their FAFSA by the stated deadlines will receive their need-based financial aid package within two business days of their admission decision.
How to Apply:
Complete the 2023-24 CSS Profile Application
Complete the Profile online at https://cssprofile.org. Loyola University's CSS Code Number is 5370. While filling out the application, you will most likely encounter a pop-up on the site indicating Loyola does not accept this application. Please bypass all warnings and continue to complete and submit the application.
Check out the CSS Profile Student Guide for more complete information on the Profile completion process. CSS Profile Customer Support can be reached at 844-202-0524 or the College Board's contact us page.
Loyola will request your 2021 Federal Tax Return and your parents' 2021 Federal Tax Return information to verify the financial information reported on the CSS Profile application. After you file the CSS Profile Application, Loyola will email you instructions for submitting your Federal Tax Return forms.
Maryland State Financial Aid Application (MSFAA)
Maryland applicants who are ineligible to receive federal aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid(FAFSA), can apply for various state financial aid grants and scholarships through the Maryland State Financial Aid Application (MSFAA).