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Student Financial Services

Student Financial Services

The Office of Student Financial Services is here to assist you with questions about your student account. The best way to reach our office is by calling 504-865-3337 or emailing us at sfscenter@coolstats1.net. Our office is located in Thomas Hall 302. If need to get in touch with a particular person, please see our staff directory

Your student account includes:

  • Tuition
  • Fees
  • Room, board, and related costs
  • Payments
  • Credits
  • Scholarships
  • Financial Aid

Schedule a Virtual, In-Person or Phone Meeting with Student Financial Services using this link.

Tuition and Fees

Break down the cost of attendance at Loyola.

Who should I contact about my tuition bill?

Item on bill Office to call Phone

Questions About Your Student Account or Tuition Bill

Student Financial Services

504-865-3337

Making Tuition Payments and Help Using Payment Systems

Bursar's Office

504-865-2388

Residence Hall and Meal Plan Charges

Residential Life

504-865-2445

Student Health Insurance and Waivers

Student Health Services

504-865-3326

Loans, Grants, and Scholarships for Undergrad + Graduate Students

Financial Aid

504-865-3231

Loans, Grants, and Scholarships for Law Students

Financial Aid - Law

504-861-5551

Parking Decals and/or Fines

Parking Services

504-865-3000

Library Fines and Fees

Monroe Library

504-864-7111

 

Loyola University New Orleans regards any threat of identity theft as an immediate and highly important matter and enforces its Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention policy to mitigate any threats. 

Payment Plans

Set up a monthly payment plan.

Student Account Refunds

Requesting a Student Account Refund

Frequently Asked Questions

Billing statements for each semester are available for viewing and printing from our e-commerce system. Students may see their account summary in LORA Self-Service under student finances and proceed to the e-commerce system to view their bill, make payments, and create an authorized user to have access to the bill and payments.

The billing statements are available early in July for fall, November for spring, and April for summer. When we generate a new billing statement, an email reminder is sent to the student's Loyola email account as well as to the email address of any authorized user the student has set up. Students are expected to meet our payment deadlines and are subject to dis-enrollment for non-payment.

Your Account Summary can be viewed in the Student Finance section of LORA Self-Service

Students can set up authorized users in their LORA Self-Service account so parents and caregivers can view tuition bills and make payments. 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.

All payments are due before the start of classes. See payment deadlines.

Please view the payment options page for a full listing of ways to pay your tuition bill. 

Payment plans are available through the e-commerce system in LORA Self-Service. View instructions to set up a payment plan.

If you do not have an outstanding tuition balance, you may keep your earned work-study funds. If you have a balance due and you cannot pay your entire bill, you may deduct an amount equal to the dollar value of the work study award you plan to earn. But in return, all hours must be submitted in a timely fashion and paychecks must be deposited directly into your tuition account each pay period. As a convenience, you may authorize the Human Resources office to directly credit your earnings to your student tuition bill.

A late payment fee of $250 will be assessed. You may also be dis-enrolled. All payments must be completed before attending.

Our Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid can assist you in determining which financing option is right for you. Federal assistance and private lending may be available depending on your situation. Please visit our Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for more information.

There can be a number of reasons why your loan has not yet arrived. First, be sure you have accepted your award; this can be done online through LORA Self-Service. Also, you may be required to complete a Master Promissory Note as well as an Entrance Interview. Check under “Your Documents" or with your counselor in the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

After all tuition, fees, and other charges are paid and you still have excess funds in your student account, you may request a refund from your student account. A refund can be requested by using our online refund request form. Refunds usually require 7-10 business days processing time and will be released only when all funds are received. However, if payment was made by credit card, the same card used to make the payment will be refunded. 

Students with an electronic refund profile on our e-commerce system through LORA Self-Service will have their refund issued to that bank account once approved. Refunds to students without an electronic refund profile and refunds to parents and other third parties will be issued by check and mailed to the address provided on the refund request form. Refund checks issued to students will only be mailed to an address listed in LORA Self-Service. Remember, refunds usually require about a one week of processing time.

Contact Information

Loyola University New Orleans
Office of Student Financial Services
6363 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 206
New Orleans, LA 70118-6143

Office Phone: (504) 865-3337
Email: sfscenter@coolstats1.net

Location

Thomas Hall, Room 302
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Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.