Advancing the Mission
At Loyola, we look beyond frontiers and boundaries with a spiritual boldness that is all-welcoming and changes the world. Our goal is to ensure our whole person formation is accessible to all regardless of gender, language, faith, or belief. Our generous and thriving financial aid program ensures that a family’s finances are not a barrier to students who aspire to join the Loyola community.
When St. Ignatius began the Society of Jesus and founded schools around the world, his goal was to make Jesuit education possible for all, regardless of economic status. This tradition of diversity and accessibility continues to our day. The Financial Aid Program ensures that no qualified student is ever turned away because of a family’s inability to pay the full cost of a Loyola education.
The Impact Of Giving
These donations are used at the school’s discretion to fund different projects that are deemed priorities.
Donations to endowment are invested and create a long-term source of funding for the school’s needs.
The Financial Aid program ensures no qualified student is turned away due to the cost of tuition.
These donations ensure the high school facilities are upgraded to the standards of today.
Sponsor a student with an annual contribution of $10,000 (full “adoption”) or $5,000 (half “adoption”).
Alumni Class Endowment
Members of a graduating year can pool their resources to endow a bursary that covers tuition annually.
At Loyola, we value the contributions made by our donors. Each act of giving helps us support a student on bursary, improve our programming or modernize our facilities to ensure the Loyola experience is accessible to all and worthy of our university-preparatory pedagogical mission. Donors are recognized in a variety of ways through recognition in our halls to special events and recognition opportunities.
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