The 2020-2021 FAFSA is available October 1st and uses 2018 tax information (prior-prior year). File as soon as possible to be considered for all financial aid options. If possible, please use the IRS Data Retrieval tool to confirm tax information as this will make it less likely that you will be selected for verification. If your family's financial situation has changed, please review the Special Circumstance Appeal form located on our forms page. LEARN MORE
Loyola University Chicago has established a partnership with Inceptia to expedite the federal verification process for our students. Beginning with the 2020-2021 aid year, Loyola students will submit verification documentation through the Inceptia Verification Gateway (VG). If your application is selected for verification by the U.S Department of Education, you will receive an email from VGCS@inceptia.org or a postcard from Inceptia containing Loyola University Chicago’s unique website link to start the verification process. You can also access the Verification Gateway by clicking on the title of this news piece.
Questions about the 2020-2021 verification process? Contact Inceptia, Monday 8:00am – 8:30pm CST and Tuesday-Friday 8:00am – 7:00 pm CST at 888.374.8427 or VGCS@inceptia.org.
Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce its partnership with iGrad, a Financial Wellness Platform, that aims to expand access to Financial Literacy resources and improve personal finance skills for students, faculty, staff, alum, and the Loyola community. LEARN MORE
Learn how iGrad works and how iGrad can help you improve your personal finance skills, tackle your student loans, and get you ready for your dream job. Their suite of interactive tools is designed to provide additional knowledge and support on a variety of topics. WATCH VIDEO
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