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Tuition & Fees

Program Tuition & Fees:

General Information:


One-week Seminars are non-credit academic experiences designed to give students exposure to an specific topic of interest to them.  These classes will involve hands-on activities and field trips. 

ONE-WEEK SEMINARS
  RESIDENTIAL FEES
 TUITION
  $350
 HOUSING: shared room with other program participant(s)   $250
*DINING includes all meals. Tentative based on 2014 rates.
  *$210
 PROGRAM FEE: to provide staffing, programs and activities   $250
TOTAL COST: $1,060 
 COMMUTER FEES
 TUITION   $350
 *DINING: includes daily breakfast and lunch. Tentative based on 2014 rates.
  *$110
 PROGRAM FEE: to provide staffing, programs and activities   $175
TOTAL COST: $635  

*Please note: Dining Pricing reflects official 2014 rates which are subject to change

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The Six-week Academy offers students an introduction to discipline-based thinking and research methodologies.  As Academy students, they are equipped to take responsibility for their own learning in college by enrolling in up to two (2) courses at the 100 & 200 level with other undergraduate students.

SIX-WEEK ACADEMY
Fees Associated with Taking (2) Courses
  RESIDENTIAL FEES
TUITION: TWO courses for (6) transferable credits at $705 per credit hour   $4,230
HOUSING: shared room with other program participant(s)   $1,520
*DINING: required declining balance meal plan. Tentative based on 2014 rates.   *$700
TECHNOLOGY/ACTIVITY FEE: for use of Loyola facilities   $157
PROGRAM FEE: to provide staffing, programs and activities   $1,200
TOTAL COST: $7,807 
  COMMUTER FEES
TUITION: TWO courses for (6) transferable credits at $705 per credit hour   $4,230
*DINING: required meal plan. Tentative based on 2014 rates.
  *$475
TECHNOLOGY/ACTIVITY FEE: for use of Loyola facilities   $157
PROGRAM FEE: to provide staffing, programs and activities   $1,200
TOTAL COST: $6,062 

*Please note: Dining Pricing reflects official 2014 rates which are subject to change

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SIX-WEEK ACADEMY
Fees Associated with Taking (1) Course
RESIDENTIAL FEES
TUITION: ONE course for (3) transferable credits at $705 per credit hour   $2,115
HOUSING: shared room with other program participant(s)   $1,520
DINING: required declining balance meal plan. Tentative based on 2014 rates.   *$700
TECHNOLOGY/ACTIVITY FEE: for use of Loyola facilities   $102
PROGRAM FEE: to provide staffing, programs and activities   $800
TOTAL COST FOR ONE COURSE: $5,237 
COMMUTER FEES
TUITION: ONE course for (3) transferable credits at $705 per credit hour   $2,115
*DINING: required meal plan.  Tentative based on 2014 rates
  *$475
TECHNOLOGY/ACTIVITY FEE: for use of Loyola facilities   $102
PROGRAM FEE: to provide staffing, programs and activities   $800
TOTAL COST FOR ONE COURSE: $3,492   

*Please note: Dining Pricing  reflects official 2014 rates which are subject to change

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The Summer Pre-Collegiate English Language Learning (SPELL) Program is an intensive 3-week academic English program where students are enrolled in ESL classes that focus on improving their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills while studying interesting topics related to American culture and lifestyle.

SPELL PROGRAM
 Price does not include airfare or health insurance
 TUITION, HOUSING & DINING  $4,500
TOTAL COST: $4,500 

*Please note: Dining Pricing reflects official 2014 rates which are subject to change

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Tuition

Tuition is based on Loyola's standard 2014-2015 undergraduate rate of $690 per credit hour. Financial assistance is available for qualified applicants for Academy and Institutes only. If you are interested in applying for financial assistance, please email summerscholars@luc.edu to request an application. Applications for financial assistance are due May 2015. 

Technology / Activity Fee

The Technology/Activity fee is assessed by Loyola to provide students with free summer access to services at the Wellness CenterHalas Sport Center as well as use of the many computer labs on campus such as the Information Commons. For more information on the technology fee, please see the ITS FAQs page. 

Program Fee 

Each student will be charged an associated program fee to underwrite the cost of extramural activities, student transportation and to compensate dedicated staff for their supervision of the program. 

Difference between a RESIDENTIAL vs. COMMUTER student?

A RESIDENTIAL student is someone who stays on campus for the duration of the program. Living in the residence hall offers students the opportunity to take part in more activities, helps them to bond with fellow classmates and allows students the freedom of a real college experience. Additionally, all students must abide by all the policies and procedures set forth by program staff such as supervision and curfew.

A COMMUTER student does not live on campus, but travels from their home residence to campus daily. These students must allocate enough time to make it to class everyday and travel back home before curfew. As a commuter student, the total cost for the program is far less because there is no housing or meal plan. Commuters may not live on campus, but are always welcome to attend any programs, events or activities outside of class time. Review the Sample Activity Calendar to get an idea of the kinds of events we plan.

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Loyola

Summer Scholars · The Office of First-Year Experience · 255 Sullivan Center, 1032 West Sheridan Road, Chicago IL 60660 · Phone: 773.508.7381 · summerscholars@luc.edu

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