Loyola University Maryland

A Catholic, Jesuit comprehensive university in Baltimore, Loyola University Maryland is committed to the ideals of liberal education and the development of the whole person, a university dedicated to inspiring its students to learn, lead and serve in a diverse and changing world. This mission is embraced through an undergraduate curriculum, rooted in the Jesuit tradition of the liberal arts, which prepares students for success in wide-ranging professional pursuits and graduate studies. Loyolas undergraduate experience is complemented by its graduate programs, the regions leaders in professional education. The Loyola University Maryland education also promotes in all students a sense of their responsibility to others in their community and throughout the world. This ideal is underscored by a thriving program of community service that takes Loyola students into the greater Baltimore community and beyond to serve individuals who are materially disadvantaged, creating a synergy of mind, body and spirit that transforms lives.

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School Details

school_type year_founded religious_affiliation academic_calendar year_2016_endowment address telephone
Private, Coed 1852 Roman Catholic Semester $206.3 million 4501 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210 (410) 617-2000
overall score total score state city online paying global
92 100.0 Maryland Baltimore 37

Tuition & Expenses

Title Value
Room and board $14,150 (2017-18)


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Average need-based scholarship or grant award (freshmen) $27,532
Students who received need-based scholarship or grant aid (freshmen) 39%
Average non-need-based scholarship or grant award (freshmen) $19,749
Average non-need-based athletic scholarship or grant award (freshmen) $35,709

Financial Aid

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Used GI Bill benefits to partially or fully finance tuition and fees 1%
Average total indebtedness of 2016 graduating class $36,208
Graduating students who have borrowed (any loan type, 2016) 59%


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Average need-based self-help aid award (freshmen) $7,840
Students who received need-based self-help aid (freshmen) 52%