These economic times are unprecedented and certainly not for the faint of heart. They call for a long-term horizon, in stocks, in the housing market, and in one’s education.
We believe that Loyola offers exceptional value. More than eighty percent of our students receive some form of merit-based scholarships and/or need-based financial assistance. Our grants are so competitive that U.S. News recently ranked us number one in their Great Schools, Great Prices category.
Our advice: apply to Loyola, visit the campus, see if you are accepted, in January complete the FAFSA, www.fafsa.ed.gov, and make your decision after you have received word of any scholarships and financial assistance.
In any economy, a Loyola education will pay tremendous dividends. It’s recognized around the world for its ability to prepare students for change, for great citizenship, and for…life. The 12 Jesuit ideals of a Jesuit education, the cornerstone of Ignatian spirituality, awaken, enlighten, and transform students of all faiths with a call to excellence and to the purpose of striving to serve the common good.
Such values are articulated in the great debates of the day and they will never, never lose their potency for the women and men who call, will call, and have called Loyola home.
Market swings will come and go, but the constancy of a great education will last a lifetime.