Loyola University Maryland's Center for Montessori Education

Summer 2020 Course Registration & Online Learning Preparation

In order to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff during the escalating uncertainties of the COVID-19 situation, Loyola has asked us to deliver the Montessori summer intensive session fully online. Therefore, classes which were scheduled to run on our Baltimore campus from June 15 – July 10 will be delivered remotely, with both synchronous (live) and asynchronous content.

Students who are currently in F-1 status or have been in the process of applying for F-1 visa/I-20 immigration documents through Loyola, should contact the Office of International Student Services (OISS) to discuss your individual situation. You may call OISS at 410-617-5245, or email Ms. Nicole Sellino at nmsellino@loyola.edu, to schedule an appointment to discuss your particular immigration status/situation for this summer 2020. Their office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm EST.

Summer Course Registration will be open April 8 – May 1.

Those who register after May 1 will incur a late registration fee of $25.

Students in the Concurrent M.Ed. program

Register for the following three courses by the May 1 deadline. Choose from any open section of each course below.

ED.600 Foundations of Research in Education
Choose between sections W01, W02, or W03. (Section W04 is restricted to post-diploma students only.)
SE.761 Introduction to Special Education
Choose between sections W01, W02, W03, or W04.
ED.625 Montessori Capstone: Professional Learning Plan
Choose between sections W01, W02, W03, or W04.

Students in the Evergreen Post-Diploma M.Ed.

Register for the following four courses by the May 1 deadline. If you are completing the program part time and wish to take 2 courses, please contact your advisor, Jace Rice at jhrice@loyola.edu for registration guidance.

ED.600 Foundations of Research in Education - section W04
Register for section W04 with Ms. Jessica Haddaway.
SE.761 Introduction to Special Education
Choose between sections W01, W02, W03, or W04.
ED.625 Montessori Capstone: Professional Learning Plan
Choose between sections W01, W02, W03, or W04.
MO.660 Principles of Adolescent Education - section W01

Step-by-Step Registration:

Log in to Inside Loyola and navigate to WebAdvisor for Students the right-hand side of the screen. (If you have any trouble logging in or have lost your credentials, please contact the Help Desk at 410-617-5555.)

Under WebAdvisor, choose Registration, then click on Graduate Registration (example below):

On the following screen, choose Search and register for sections.


Then select the Term (20/SU – Summer 20), Subjects, and Course Numbers (you can put all courses in at once, see below) and click Submit:


This will take you to a list of sections. Each course should show a box on the left-hand side that you can click to select that section. Once you’ve selected the section of each course that you want, hit Submit. On the next screen, navigate to the “Action” drop-down menus next to each course. Example:

Select “RG-Register” for each one (do NOT register as Pass/Fail) and click Submit. You will then be taken to billing pages where you can make a payment if you wish.

Confirm Your Registration

To confirm your registration, log back in to Inside Loyola > Web Advisor for Students > Registration > Graduate Registration. If you have registered successfully, all three of your courses should be listed there.


Tuition payment is due within 10 days of registration (with the exception of WMI students). A hold will be placed on your account if tuition is not received. Students should address any billing or payment questions to Deborah Donatelli in the Student Administrative Services Office (SAS). She can be reached at dadonatelli@loyola.edu or 410-617-5369. For Financial Aid questions or to apply for summer loans, please reach out to Danielle Ballantyne at dballantyne@loyola.edu  or Brandon Gumabon at bggumabon@loyola.edu.

Apply to Graduate

Students completing their M.Ed. this summer must Apply to Graduate whether or not you plan to attend a walking ceremony. The application deadline for September graduation is May 28, 2020.

Disability Support

If you will need any kind of academic accommodations due to disability, please register with our Disability Support Services office as soon as possible and at least two weeks before the start of your summer classes.  

Resources to prepare for online learning:

Students should familiarize themselves with the Zoom platform in order to prepare for live class sessions. How to join a Zoom meeting  |  Zoom: Joining and configuring audio and video

Purchasing a Personal Computer

Loyola is partnered with Apple and Lenovo to provide special discounts on various products.

Microsoft Office 365

Students can access Microsoft Office 365 through https://office.loyola.edu/ and logging in with their Loyola username and password. After logging in, “Install Office” on the upper right-hand corner of the page and choose “Office 365 apps”.  Double click the installation file when the download is complete.  Your Office 365 subscription includes full access to apps for computers (Mac or PC), mobile devices (tablet or smartphone), and the web.