Visiting and Non-Degree

Take Loyola classes without making the commitment

If you are a visiting student, you can take classes at Loyola that count toward degree requirements at another college or university. Or as non-degree-seeking student, you can take classes at Loyola without the intention of pursuing a degree.

For students interested in studying at the John Felice Rome Center, the process is a little different. Find out how.  

Visiting and non-degree-seeking students must submit a new application for every semester they plan to enroll.

Priority Application Deadlines:

July 1 for the Fall Semester (August start)
November 1 for the Spring Semester (January start)

January Term

January Term allows students to earn credit in an intensive, two-week session. J-Term begins in late December and ends in early January. Check for specific registration and class dates.

International students

If your native language is not English or if your primary language of instruction has not been English, you may be required to take the TOEFL or IELTS language tests. The minimum score for TOEFL is 79 (iBT), and the minimum score for IELTS is 6.5.

If you are an F-1 or J-1 student, please complete the Declaration and Certification of Finances form‌‌ and submit it with proof of financial resources showing your ability to cover expenses during your time at Loyola.

I feel extremely blessed to have had the guidance of some of the most incredibly talented and caring professors and mentors you could ask for.

Samia Khan

College of Arts and Sciences

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