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Financial Literacy

We understand the financial commitment and sacrifice students and their families make to further their education. At Loyola University Chicago, we encourage students to make sound financial decisions. The Financial Aid Office's Financial Literacy & Debt Management program offers a variety of services to help you manage your loan borrowing and make informed decisions about your financial wellbeing. Workshops and presentations are offered throughout the year, providing valuable information and strategies to help you manage your spending, understand loan debt, and learn more about other important financial decisions. To learn more click here

Financial Resources

AAMC Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools (FIRST)

MedLoans Organizer and Calculator (MLOC)

 File Your FAFSA Every Year!

The 2022-2023 FAFSA is available October 1st and uses 2020 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 tax documents are requested by the Financial Aid Office, you can order an official Tax Return Transcript from 

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Loyola Scholarship Connection

The scholarship application deadline for the 2022-2023 year ended on April 2nd. Students will be notified via email when the next scholarship cycle opens. The online system, LUC Scholarship Connect, will allow our continuing students easy access to apply for all of our institutional and donor-funded scholarships, as well as external scholarship opportunities. 

External Scholarship Opportunities

Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy

Loyola University Chicago does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, parental status, or any other legally protected status in any of its policies, programs and practices, including its admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, hiring and retention of faculty and staff, and career services.