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Economic Hardship Resources
Financial wellness refers to the “overall financial health of an individual”. In understanding that financial wellness is fundamental to each student’s experience, Loyola strives to provide resources for students that build financial literacy. Take a look at these resources below:
The Financial Aid Office provides one-on-one services and reminders for things you need in order to be most successful at Loyola. Visit their website.
- Loyola students must file FAFSA every year in order to be considered for financial aid (loans, workstudy, and scholarships).
- iGrad is a platform to build financial literacy in financial aid, budgeting, banking, investing and so much more. Learn more.
- Scholarships are essentially free money. See if you qualify for any scholarships.
- Learn about your loans. To ensure you fully understand your financial aid package, Learn more.
Explore the following economic hardship resources
- HEERF Act funds must go directly to eligible students in the form of emergency financial aid grants for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the COVID-19 crisis (HEERF Student Share Grant Funds).
- Loyola Commitment funds are available to all students who have experienced a significant reduction in household income, causing financial hardship, may apply for tuition and fees assistance. Eligibility and priority will be given to those who have utilized all existing financial aid options, including loans.