It's an investment in your future. And we're here to help you create an affordable financial plan tailored to your needs.
We're dedicated to making your college education affordable by offering multiple types of aid. In addition to our own scholarships and grants, we participate in federal (Title IV) and state programs. In general, scholarships and grants are considered "gift aid" and do not need to be repaid, while loans are borrowed and must be repaid.
Do you want to learn about more graduate student resources that exist beyond the walls of the University? Watch this video featuring Loyola's Daniel Matamoros from Financial Aid. Recorded during our April 2022 online session, we talk about many funding opportunities that may be helpful to you as you plan your next steps into a School of Education graduate program.
Undergraduate School of Education Tuition & Fees 2022-2023
Bursar office details about tuition and course fees for undergraduate students
Graduate School of Education Tuition & Fees 2022-2023
Bursar office details about tuition and course fees for graduate students
Explore your options and identify a plan that works for you on the Loyola Office of the Bursar website.
Office of Student Financial Aid
We'll take you through the process, explain your options and help you develop a plan
Graduate and Certificate Students
Loyola's Office of Financial Aid Graduate Checklist
We'll take you through the process, one step at a time
School of Education's Graduate Resources
Learn about loans, assistantships and fellowships
School of Education Scholarships
We offer a number of Scholarship Opportunities for qualified students. Learn more about each Scholarship and how to apply
Links to External Resources
Graduate Scholarship and Fellowship Options that don’t require Citizenship Status:
Federal, State and Private Research Funding Agencies:
Federal PLUS Loan steps:
Student Loans for International Students:
Financial Wellness Resources:
Financial Wellness One-on-One requests: