Loyola's ability to enroll the best students regardless of their economic standing will rely on private donor support to augment scholarship funds.

Target Areas for Scholarships

Need-based scholarships
Providing need-based scholarships to worthy students is a top priority at Loyola. For many people, a potential four-year tuition bill of more than $130,000 is an insurmountable financial obstacle without financial support. A substantial percentage of our outstanding students overcome this obstacle only with the help of need-based scholarships.

Scholarships for our most talented students
The recipients of our artistic and athletic scholarships often act as conduits between Loyola, the public, and other universities during their performances and competitions. More than a few come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, so the talent scholarships not only recognize and award their hard work and great abilities, but also address a financial need.

Support for our most gifted scholars
Among the students Loyola strives most to enroll are those who stand above and beyond their peers in terms of academic merit. Loyola has held fast to a standard of academic excellence throughout its existence, and defines itself as an institution that produces world-class graduates. Our outstanding faculty and the curricula they design can accommodate students with unsurpassed academic potential, but our ability to attract these students in the face of competition from the nation’s top universities depends on the scholarships we can offer them.


Endowed scholarship funds

 If you are interested in establishing an endowed scholarship fund, please contact:

Chris Wiseman '88, Ph.D., CFRE
Associate Vice President
for Development
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