If you are a transfer student, please list college(s) attended
beginning with the most recent, the number of hours completed, and
your GPA, and then proceed to Section C.
If you need more room for section B, you may append to your personal statement.
Type a personal statement of approximately 250 words(one double-spaced page)
to support your application. You may discuss such topics as your reasons for choosing your
field of study, how you plan to use your education after graduation, leadership and service
activities in which you have engaged, and/or how you have overcome hardships to pursue your
Students not yet admitted to Loyola, must also submit all
admission materials by
February 1, 2013. Also file your FAFSA as soon as possible, and be sure it is reported to Loyola.
Please make a copy of your completed application for your records.
Scholarship recipients will be notified prior to April 1, 2013.
Loyola University Chicago is an equal opportunity educator and
employer and admits students without regard to their race, color, sex
or national or ethnic origin. Qualified persons are not subject to
discrimination on the basis of handicap.