Transfer scholarship are awarded to academically-qualified undergraduate transfer applicants. Qualified students must be enrolling in a full-time degree seeking program and must be pursuing their first bachelor’s degree
You are automatically considered for Loyola-based merit scholarships as soon as you submit your admission application. Merit-based scholarships are awarded to academically qualified students based on information provided in the admission application process, without regard to financial need.
To be considered for a transfer scholarship, a student must have a minimum of 20 college-level credits completed when they submit a transfer application, and have all the application materials submitted by the priority application deadline. In-progress coursework and AP credit does not count towards the 20 college-level credits minimum required for transfer scholarship consideration.
The scholarships for new incoming transfer students entering Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 are as follows:
Transfer scholarships are renewable for up to three years provided the student maintains the required GPA and full-time status.
To be eligible for the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Award, a student must be transferring from a two-year college having earned a minimum of 45 college-level credits and a 3.0 cumulative, and must show proof of membership in the PTK Honors Society by uploading a copy of their membership certificate to their transfer admission application.
For more information on other scholarships for transfer students and financial aid, visit the Financial Aid Office Website.
"The scholarship [recognizes] a hardworking student passionate about law and issues in the profession. I want to live that out every day." - Nicole Grabianowski, JD '15, Loyola School of Law