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

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Payment Options

We encourage online payments through our secure e-commerce system accessible in LORA Self-Service. 

Using Loyola's E-Commerce System 

Loyola's e-commerce system allows you to pay with a credit card, using a saved payment method, or with a checking or savings account. Students can access the e-commerce platform in their LORA Self-Service account. The e-commerce system should be available every day except during daily scheduled maintenance which occurs from 3 a.m. – 8 a.m. (CST). 

Credit Card Payments: Tuition payments by credit card will only be accepted online through our e-Commerce processor PayPath who will charge a 2.85% non-refundable service fee. This service allows you to pay your tuition with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.

E-Check Payments: E-check payments are a FREE SERVICE and can be processed online or with a Bursar's Office representative. Payments made by e-check will be assumed cleared after 15 days. Transcript and diploma holds will be lifted once payment has cleared.

Instructions to Make a Payment in LORA Self-Service

      Students can set up authorized users in their LORA Self-Service account. Authorized users may include parents, caregivers, employers, or anyone else who needs to access the e-commerce system and make a payment on your behalf. Once a student grants access to their e-commerce account, the authorized user will receive an email with login credential information and instructions to access the account. Authorized users who have already been granted access to an account can log in on this page.

      LORA Self-Service Authorized User Instructions

      Payment plans are available through the e-commerce system in LORA Self-Service. There is a $50 setup fee for payment plans. 

      Lora Self-Service Payment Plan Instructions


      Payment of the student's bill may be made in person at the Bursar's Office in Thomas Hall, room 206.

      Non-cash payments (checks or money orders) may be mailed to the Bursar's Office.

      Please mail all tuition payments to:
      Loyola University New Orleans
      Bursar's Office
      6363 St. Charles Avenue
      Campus Box 78
      New Orleans, LA  70118

      Before mailing your tuition payment, please include the student’s campus wide ID number on the check to ensure accurate payment posting. Postdated checks are NOT accepted by the Bursar's Office. Payments made by check will be assumed cleared after 15 days. Transcript and diploma holds will be lifted once payment has cleared.

      We are pleased to partner with Flywire to service our international students with their tuition payments. With Flywire, you set up the payment amount to Loyola; they calculate any conversion and fees and then give you a quote for the cost in your currency. That quote is locked in for a specified time frame giving you time to initiate the payment with your financial institution.

      Begin Your Payment Transaction

      If your employer offers a tuition reimbursement plan, you may be eligible for a payment extension of 90% of your tuition and fees. Although transcripts and diplomas are not released until the final payment is received, this deferral may be helpful to you. Please print the form below and submit it to Student Financial Services at sfscenter@com110.net.

      NOTE: A new Employer Reimbursement Agreement form must be submitted each semester.

      2023-24 Employer Reimbursement Form

      You can receive your work-study funds as a deduction to your student account to reduce the balance you owe Loyola, as a direct deposit in your checking or savings account, or as a printed paycheck distributed from the department where you work. 

      Learn More About Work-Study Funds