Loyola University Maryland

Financial Services

Payment Options

Loyola University Maryland and Student Administrative Services are committed to assisting students and families in affording their education. You will find a number of payments options below to assist you. Please feel free to contact one of our account specialists at 410-617-5047 for more detailed information about your student account.

Online Payments

Loyola has partnered with Datatel to provide students with an online academic and financial software suite, which is used for many administrative functions. Through Self-Service two types of electronic payments can be made - E-Check or credit card.  

NOTE: This is the only payment method available to Continuing Education students.  

E-Check is a fee free way to pay using a checking or savings account. A valid routing and account number is required to process the payment.

The University accepts debit/credit cards associated with VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover for tuition, housing, and fee payments; a 2.5% convenience fee is assessed to these transactions.

On Inside Loyola, click on the Loyola Self-Service tile and sign in, if necessary. Click on the Student Finance category and you will be taken to the Account Summary page. From here you can view your total account balance, semester specific balances, or click on Make a Payment to proceed with the e-check or card payment.

Granting Proxy Access  Pay Bill

Paper Check Payments

For the fastest processing of your paper check please send the top remittance portion of your statement along with your check made payable to “Loyola University Maryland” to:

Loyola University Maryland
Attn: Student Administrative Services
4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210

Always include your 7 digit Student ID # in the memo portion of the check and be sure to give at least 7-10 days for mailing and processing.

***Monthly Payment Plans*** (new process for 21/FA)

Our payment plan processor, Tuition Management Systems, was acquired by Nelnet in 2018 and we have now been migrated over to the Nelnet platform.  

Payment plans must be initiated by the students in the Student Finance module on Self-ServiceIndividuals with proxy access cannot enroll on the student’s behalf.  Once logged in, click on Financial Information (bank icon) on the left side menu, click Student Finance, then Payment Plan Information.  Click the Proceed to Processor button and create an account with Nelnet. The Nelnet site can only be accessed through the link on the Payment Plan Information page of Self-Service.

Individuals with properly granted proxy access by the student can access the Nelnet site after the student has created their Nelnet account.  The student needs to allow access to the Payment Plan & Billing module in the proxy access page of Self-Service.  

For assistance with the Nelnet site, please call 800-609-8056. 

For assistance with your account balance or detailed account information please contact a Loyola Account Specialist or call 410-617-5047.

Once the payment plan has been established, any changes can be made directly with a Loyola Account Specialist.

The undergraduate semester based monthly payment plan allows you to pay for your educational expenses in smaller, more manageable 3, 4, or 5 automatic monthly installments, depending on the enrollment date for only a $40 enrollment fee per semester.  Credit/debit card payments will incur a 2.75% fee, ACH payments are free of additional charges.

The graduate payment plan is 4 monthly automatic payments for the fall and spring semesters, while summer is 3 months.  The enrollment fee is $40 per semester.  Credit/debit card payments will incur a 2.75% fee, ACH payments are free of additional charges.

Financial Aid

Loyola maintains a very strong commitment to assisting students and parents in making a high quality private education affordable. Learn more about the financial aid application process.

To view your financial aid package for the 2021-22 academic year go to  Financial Aid Self-Service portal.

  1. Log into InsideLoyola > Loyola Self-Service > Financial Aid
  2. Select a Financial Aid Year
  3. Select View your Financial Aid

You MUST accept or decline ANY pending forms of aid including but not limited to Federal Direct Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized loans.

If you should have financial aid-related questions, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at financialaid@loyola.edu or 410-617-2576.

Interested in a Federal Direct PLUS Loan?  Use the PLUS Loan calculator to obtain an estimate of the maximum annual amount that may be borrowed through this program. 

Student Administrative Services works with our financial aid office with the disbursement of all approved financial aid, for detailed information of how your package is incorporated with your student account please call an account specialist at 410-617-5047.

Scholarships

Private scholarships must be considered a resource in a student’s financial aid package. Student Administrative Services works with financial aid to incorporate them and does all the necessary billing to receive the funds. All inquiries should be made to:

Alisa Allen, Account Specialist
aallen1@loyola.edu
410-617-5045

Third Party Payments

Third party billing is for those students whose employer or other entity will pay the tuition and fees at the beginning of the semester. All Loyola needs is the letter of commitment from them, and we will send them a bill. If the entity cannot provide a letter of commitment, this Authorization to Invoice form must be completed and submitted.  

All inquiries should be directed to:

Deb Donatelli, Account Specialist
dadonatelli@loyola.edu
410-617-5369

Wire Payments

Domestic Wires

Bank Name: JPMorgan Chase, New York, NY 10004
Account Name: Loyola University Maryland, Inc.
Account #: 20000011067318
ABA routing #: 021000021
Reference: Student’s Name & Loyola ID number

International Wires

We have partnered with Flywire to make international payments quickly and easily.  Visit their website and select Loyola University Maryland from the "MAKE A PAYMENT" dropdown.  Please be sure you are selecting the correct Loyola.  The site will guide you through the entire process.