Community & Global Stewards Fellowship
Community & global stewards are encouraged to engage social issues and challenges generously and to embrace a scholarship of engagement that connects our intellectual resources to the pressing social, civic, and ethical problems in our communities and the world. Fellowships ($2000–3000) are awarded to outstanding students who have a demonstrated record of academic excellence and community service and who do not hold any other merit funding available from the Graduate School. For more information on the application process and deadlines, see Community and Global Stewards Fellowship.
The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is a highly selective, rigorous leadership program that recruits outstanding graduate students for a two-year developmental fellowship at various Federal agencies. The Become a PMF section on the PMF website should answer most questions on the application process, assessment process, eligibility, and more!
Loyola offers annual scholarship awards to Latino undergraduate or graduate students. Selection is based on academic achievement and service to the community. Go to the Financial Aid Office's website for due dates, number of awards, and to find more information about the different award amounts.
For additional information regarding scholarships and other financial information, check out the Graduate School's Finance section.