Costs & Financial Assistance
Competitively priced among national private universities, Loyola University Chicago is consistently ranked as a top national university and best value by U.S. News & World Report. At Loyola, you will find the upper-level courses you need, and a variety of introductory courses, taught by the same seasoned professors who teach year-round.
Summer Sessions 2014 undergraduate tuition is $690 per credit hour. Some program-specific tuition may vary. Visit the Office of the Bursar to find out more about tuition.
Summer Student Development Fee
Undergraduate students enrolled in Summer Sessions 2013 will be charged a student development fee. This fee is designated for services through the Halas Sport Center and the Wellness Center.
|Early Session (May 19 - June 13)||$50|
|Summer Session A (May 19 - June 27)||$50|
|Summer Session B (June 30- August 8)||$50|
|Summer Session C ( June 2 - July 25)||$60|
The fee amount is based on the session in which the student is enrolled. If a student is enrolled in more than one session, he/she will be charged a fee for each session in accordance with the fee schedule. However, the maximum amount that a student will be charged for the summer is $100.
Graduate students are not charged a student activity fee during Summer Sessions.
The technology fee is for all students to fund and refresh student technology, student experience, and classroom-related programs
|Early Session (May 19 - June 13)||$25|
|Summer Session A (May 19 - June 27)||$35|
|Summer Session B (June 30- August 8)||$35|
|Summer Session C ( June 2 - July 27)||$45|
Various fees are assessed for laboratory courses.
Eligibility for financial assistance during Loyola's Summer Sessions is automatically determined by the Financial Aid Office for enrolled students and updated in LOCUS. More information about financial aid awards for Summer Sessions is available from the Financial Aid Office.