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You can log in to your Applicant Status Portal to track materials and the status of your application. Your account information was sent to the email address you used to apply immediately upon receiving your application. Please check your junk or spam folder if you don't see the confirmation email.  

Keep in mind that most credentials (transcripts, test scores, recommendation letters, etc.) can take up to one week after you apply to post to your application account. Your application account is updated in real time and contains the most current information. If you had credentials sent to Loyola before submitting your application, those items may not post until one week after you applied.

Admission decisions will be released electronically through the Applicant Status Portal, and you will be notified by email to check your status when a decision has been made.

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Honors Program

High-achieving students can enroll in the university's Honors Program. Taught by Loyola's most distinguished faculty, Honors classes are small and are combined with an extensive program of excursions and events, discussions and lectures, and extracurricular enrichment.

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CPaMS Scholars Program

This program features an interdisciplinary course of study in computer science, physics, mathematics, statistics, and data science and offers need-based scholarship opportunities in these fields. Students benefit from learning in a cohort and from faculty mentorship and opportunities for competitive internships, networking, and career development in STEM fields beyond Loyola.

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Sellinger Scholars

This four-year honors program in business administration is designed to prepare high-achieving, highly-motivated students for roles of business leadership and service. Through the Sellinger Scholars Program, classroom education is augmented through unique opportunities to interact with business professionals and community leaders and it is completed with skills-based learning.

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Materials Required After Admission

Visa and Immigration Information for Accepted International Students

Applicants who already hold a valid U.S. visa, or who need to obtain a U.S. visa to study, will be asked to provide further documentation should they be accepted and choose to enroll. An International Checklist will display in the Applicant Status Portal once a decision has been placed. Below you will find useful, detailed information pertaining to immigration requirements and the visa process for accepted international students. For additional information on next steps for accepted students, please visit our .

Students seeking F-1 student visa status

Accepted international students who are seeking F-1 student visa status must request to be issued a Form I-20 (Certificate of Eligibility) from Loyola鈥檚 Office of International Student Services (OISS). The Form I-20 is needed to apply for an F-1 student visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate outside of the U.S., as well as to enter the United States and be granted F-1 status. U.S. Federal regulations require that international students who are seeking F-1 student visa status to study in the United States must provide evidence of available funding for at least one year of study in order to request a U.S. Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20) from Loyola.

To be eligible to receive a Loyola-issued Form I-20, accepted students must provide the following:

  1. Copy of Passport - Student - International students must supply a photocopy of the biographical/photo page of their current, valid passport.
  2. Official International Student Supplement Form - International students are required to complete the International Student Supplement Form in their Applicant Status Portal.
  3. Official Affidavit of Financial Support - Applicants are required to submit the original, signed Affidavit of Financial Support.
  4. Official Bank Letter 
    Provide a current original, official bank letter written in English, issued within the last three months showing available funds (in U.S. dollars) to cover the full estimated cost of attendance (tuition; housing; food; books and supplies; health insurance; and personal and miscellaneous expenses) for the duration of at least one year at Loyola. The estimated cost before any scholarships or financial aid are applied is $80,111. The original bank letter must be on bank stationery, signed by a bank official, and include the bank's contact information (student-supplied scans and photocopies will not be accepted).

    An appropriate bank official can directly email the Official Bank Letter directly to oiss@loyola.edu, attention to Ms. Sunanda Bhatia. This electronic document will only be accepted by Loyola if it is received from the bank official's valid email address associated with the bank. Students who cannot submit the Official Bank Letter in this way must mail the original, hard copy of the document to Loyola for the University to proceed with the issuance of the immigration documents.

    The Official Financial Affidavit of Support should be mailed to the Office of International Student Services at the following address:

    Office of International Student Services
    Attn: Ms. Sunanda K. Bhatia
    4501 N. Charles Street, HU 141
    Baltimore, Maryland, USA 21210
    Phone: 410-617-5245

    All other materials may be submitted through the Applicant Status Portal.

Once an international student is accepted to the University, paid the enrollment deposit, and all international student requirements have been completed and received, the Office of International Student Services will provide the student with login information to the OISS Electronic Portal in order to request the Form I-20. Then, the Form I-20 along with immigration and visa information will be mailed to the student. Upon receiving the Form I-20 package from Loyola, the student must pay a $350 USD SEVIS processing fee directly to the Department of Homeland Security. Information on the SEVIS fee will be mailed with the Form I-20.

After a student has received their admission letter, Form I-20, and SEVIS fee receipt, they will be able to schedule an F-1 via interview appointment with their local U.S. Embassy or Consulate. Canadian citizens are exempt from the visa interview process but are required to secure a Form I-20 from Loyola as well as to pay the SEVIS processing fee.

All international students are required to attend the New International Student Orientation, which occurs the week prior to the first day of classes.

Students already in F-1 student visa status

Accepted international students who wish to maintain their F-1 student status must obtain a Form I-20 (Certificate of Eligibility) from Loyola鈥檚 Office of International Student Services (OISS). The Form I-20 is needed to transfer the student's SEVIS record from their current school to 澳门6合开彩开奖结果.

To be eligible to receive a Loyola-issued Form I-20, accepted students who have committed to the University must provide the following:

  1. Copy of Passport - Student - International students must supply a photocopy of the biographical/photo page of their current, valid passport.
  2. International Student Supplement Form - International students are required to complete the International Student Supplement Form in their Applicant Status Portal.
  3. Copy of Form I-20 - Student
  4. Copy of Visa - Student
  5. 澳门6合开彩开奖结果's SEVIS Transfer-In Form - Students are required to complete the SEVIS Transfer-In Form
  6. Copy of I-94 or U.S. Entry Stamp
  7. Official Affidavit of Financial Support - Applicants are required to submit the original, signed Affidavit of Financial Support.
  8. Official Bank Letter 
    Provide a current original, official bank letter written in English, issued within the last three months showing available funds (in U.S. dollars) to cover the full estimated cost of attendance (tuition; housing; food; books and supplies; health insurance; and personal and miscellaneous expenses) for the duration of at least one year at Loyola. The estimated cost before any scholarships or financial aid are applied is $80,111. The original bank letter must be on bank stationery, signed by a bank official, and include the bank's contact information (student-supplied scans and photocopies will not be accepted).

    An appropriate bank official can directly email the Official Bank Letter directly to oiss@loyola.edu, attention to Ms. Sunanda Bhatia. This electronic document will only be accepted by Loyola if it is received from the bank official's valid email address associated with the bank. Students who cannot submit the Official Bank Letter in this way must mail the original, hard copy of the document to Loyola for the University to proceed with the issuance of the immigration documents.

    The Official Financial Affidavit of Support should be mailed to the Office of International Student Services at the following address:

    Office of International Student Services
    Attn: Ms. Sunanda K. Bhatia
    4501 N. Charles Street, HU 141
    Baltimore, Maryland, USA 21210
    Phone: 410-617-5245

    All other materials may be submitted through the Applicant Status Portal.

All international students are required to attend the New International Student Orientation, which occurs the week prior to the first day of classes.

Students currently in a visa status other than F-1

Students who are already on a visa, other than F-1, that allows full-time academic study will not be required to submit additional financial documentation, but should provide copies of the following:  

  1. Copy of Passport - Student - International students must supply a photocopy of the biographical/photo page of their current, valid passport.
  2. Copy of Visa - Student
  3. Copy of I-94 or U.S. entry stamp
  4. If student is on a dependent visa, copy of primary visa holder's biographical information page in passport
  5. If student is on a dependent visa, copy of primary visa holder's current U.S. visa

Students who believe that they will need to change from their current visa to an F-1 student visa should contact the Office of International Student Services to discuss their specific case.

For more information, visit the Office of International Student Services website or contact OISS via email or phone at oiss@loyola.edu or 1-410-617-5245.

Resources for International Students

2024-25 Estimated Costs

First-Year On-Campus Cost of Attendance

First-Year On-Campus Cost of Attendance
Expense Cost
Tuition $57,150
Living Expense: Housing $11,500
Living Expense: Food $6,170
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, Equipment $800
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses $750
Health Care $3,788
Total: $80,158

The estimated cost of attendance for the 2024-25 academic year is $80,158. Scholarships and grants may be counted towards the total cost鈥攊n other words, a student who received a $20,000 scholarship would need to show evidence of funding for $60,158 for the I-20 ($80,158 - $20,000 = $60,158).

International Student Services

We are committed to making your transition to Loyola, the great city of Baltimore, and to the United States as easy and stress-free as possible. Loyola鈥檚 Office of International Student Services manages the immigration and visa process, conducts International Student Orientation, and organizes cultural programming and trips throughout the academic year.