School Discipline Reform Certificate
Loyola's Office of Student Financial Assistance is committed to helping students secure the necessary financial resources to make their legal education at Loyola affordable.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees for this program are set by the Office of the Bursar. Tuition is charged per credit hour. Additional expenses for the online certificate include textbooks, a headset, wired internet access, and cost of travel to attend an in-person weekend intensive seminar in Restorative Justice.
2018-2019 tuition for the certificate program is $1,395 per credit hour for the two courses (four credits) in the certificate program offered by the School of Law and $949 per credit hour for the two courses (four credits) offered by the School of Education. The total tuition for those beginning in the fall of 2018 and finishing the certificate program in one year is $9376. Please always refer to the Office of the Bursar for the most current rate of Tuition and fees.
Students attending this program in a cohort will receive a tuition scholarship. The cohort scholarship would reduce the tuition to $949 per credit for all courses or $7592 for the entire certificate program for those beginning in the fall of 2018 and finishing the certificate program in one year. This scholarship is available to cohorts of two or more enrolled students employed by the same institution (e.g., school, district, charter network, etc.) who register to begin in the same semester or during the same school year if arranged prior to beginning the program.
The Office of the Bursar handles all billing and payment. The Bursar’s website details billing procedures and payment plans available to students. These include third party payment plans when all or a portion of tuition is paid by a third party, such as a school district.
Loyola’s Financial Aid Office provides information on the types of financial assistance available to students. Answers to many questions about graduate financial aid can be found on the Financial Aid website. Please note that you must be enrolled in a minimum of four credits per term to be eligible for financial aid.
For all Loyola courses and across all degree programs, withdrawing from courses after the start of a term may incur charges. Students should consult the Office of the Bursar’s Withdrawal Policy and the official withdrawal schedule for each term for further information.