FAFSA 2024 Updates

Due to nationwide delays in the FAFSA process, all new and returning students will receive their financial aid awards later than usual this year. FAFSA 2024 FAQs

Loyola has extended the enrollment deposit deadline for incoming first-year students to June 1, 2024. Read the full message

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Online Tuition & Fees

Understanding Your Costs

Loyola’s online programs provide affordable paths to earning your degree, with the flexibility to choose a course load that works with your schedule and your budget. We’ll help you plan for the best investment you’ll make in yourself.

The cost of your program will depend on:

  1. The program in which you are enrolled (see tuition and fee rates below).
  2. The number of credit hours you enroll in per semester.
  3. The number of required credits remaining before you are eligible to graduate. You may be eligible to apply transfer credits toward your degree.

In order to help you better understand and plan for the cost of your Loyola education, we've created a calculator that you can use to estimate your tuition, fees, and additional expenses. Download Expense Planner


Online Tuition – Effective May 2024

Program Cost per credit hour
All Undergraduate Online Programs $468
Graduate Nursing Programs (MSN) $850
Graduate Nursing Programs (Doctorate) $860
Loyola Institute for Ministry Graduate Programs $425
Loyola Institute for Ministry - Extensions $425
Master of Business Administration $988
All Other Graduate Programs $850

Online Fees (Non-MBA)

Enrollment Status Cost per semester
Undergraduate: 1-11 credit hrs
Graduate: 1-5 credit hrs
Undergraduate 12+ credit hours
Graduate 6+ credit hrs

Online Fees (MBA)

  Cost per semester
Enrollment Status Fall Spring Summer
1-5 credit hours
$260 $260 $235
6+ credit hours
$520 $520 $235


*Additional fees may apply: Books and course materials are not included ($50-$150 per class on average). Graduating students are assessed a one-time graduation fee of $340. 


Online Financial Aid

Have questions about financial aid availability or applying for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Learn More