Loyola Express Card

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The Loyola Express Card is much more than just a student identification card; it is a safe, convenient, and economical way to make purchases all over campus without carrying cash, checks, or change. Much like a debit card, students simply deposit money into their Express Card account, and purchases are deducted from the account balance. It has proven to be an excellent method to pre-plan and monitor expenditures.

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Meal Plans (Board)

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Loyola Dining Services offers several meal plan options that offer a combination of all-you-can-eat meals and the declining balance dollars, known as Wolf Bucks. The all-you-can-eat meals include breakfast, lunch, and dinners. Wolf Bucks are used for snacks, and late night dining. Additional Wolf Bucks may be purchased in $100 increments. While all students living in the residence halls are required to participate in a meal plan, first year students, freshmen and sophomores, must choose one of the weekly meal plans or the combination plan.

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Residence Halls

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Charges for room and board are due on a semester basis. Room rent is billed along with tuition and fees. The residence hall contracts are for both fall and spring semesters. Freshmen and sophomores not from the metropolitan New Orleans area are required to live in a university residence hall. Board is paid separately. Proof of personal sickness and accident insurance coverage or participation in a university sponsored plan is required as a condition of residency in university housing.

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Tuition Remission

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Reflective Age

A remission of 100 percent of tuition is allowed to all students who are 65 years or older. The remission does not apply to normal student fees, and courses must be taken for audit.

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Tuition & Fees

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All regular students are assessed tuition and fees on a semester basis.

These fees and the tuition pay for only about 85 percent of the actual cost of operating Loyola for one year. The other 15 percent is made up with funds raised by the annual fund program from alumni, friends, faculty, staff, foundations and corporations; revenues from university endowment and revenues from the residence halls and meal plans.

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Credit Hour Certification for All Students

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Credit Hour Certification Rules for all students

 

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Academic Enrollment Status

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Academic Full-time - undergraduate student:

  • any undergraduate student enrolled in 12 or more credit hours.

Academic Full-time - graduate student: 

  • any graduate student enrolled for 6 or more credit hours.

Academic Full-time per Summer Session 

  • any student enrolled for 6 or more credit hours. Any  student not enrolled full-time is considered part-time.

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Veteran's Certification

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Immediately following registration held in the beginning of each semester, students who are enrolled in a V.A. approved program may be eligible for benefits through the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. All inquiries concerning the certification should be directed to the Office of Student Records.

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Attendance

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Each instructor must announce at the beginning of the semester how attendance in class will affect grading. For example, the instructor may judge that attendance in class is imperative and demand adherence to a policy that a student is liable to receive an F at the discretion of the instructor if he or she misses a specified number of the classes. Attendance will not be required on the major religious holidays of your faith. Failure to attend any term without applying for a leave of absence requires reapplication and readmission to the university.

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Sociology

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For more information about the sociology major, learning objectives, faculty, and opportunities for students, please visit the Sociology Website

Sociology Faculty and Staff

Degree Program Course Listings (DPCL)

Download the degree requirements, which are listed on the DPCL for each major and concentration:

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Academic Enrollment Status

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Academic Full-time - undergraduate student:

  • any undergraduate student enrolled in 12 or more credit hours.

Academic Full-time - graduate student: 

  • any graduate student enrolled for 6 or more credit hours.

Academic Full-time per Summer Session 

  • any student enrolled for 6 or more credit hours. Any  student not enrolled full-time is considered part-time.

 

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Policy of Release of Information - FERPA

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

What is FERPA?

Maintaining confidentiality of student records is everyone's responsibility whether you are faculty, staff or student.

Annually, Loyola University New Orleans informs students of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended. Review this annual notice to students »

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Medical Withdrawal from the University

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A student will be granted a medical withdrawal for medical or mental health reasons from the University within the term the student is incapacitated, on the condition that detailed written documentation is provided by the student’s health care professional to the Vice President for Student Affairs and Associate Provost. Written notification will be provided to appropriate parties by the Vice President for Student Affairs. Any student receiving a medical withdrawal during the term may be required to remain out of class the succeeding term.

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Integrity of Scholarships and Grades

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The principles of truth and honesty are recognized as fundamental to a community of teachers and scholars. The university expects that both faculty and students will follow these principles and, in so doing, protect the validity of the university grades. Instructors will exercise care in the planning and supervision of academic work so that honest effort will be positively encouraged.

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Veteran's Certification

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Immediately following registration held in the beginning of each semester, students who are enrolled in a V.A. approved program may be eligible for benefits through the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. All inquiries concerning the certification should be directed to the Office of Student Records.

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Veteran's Certification

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Immediately following registration held in the beginning of each semester, students who are enrolled in a V.A. approved program may be eligible for benefits through the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. All inquiries concerning the certification should be directed to the Office of Student Records.

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Credit Hour Certification for All Students

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Credit Hour Certification Rules for all students

 

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Chemistry

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2012-2013 Chemistry Degree Program Course Listing (DPCL)

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Business Portfolio Program

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Program Objective

The purpose of the Business Portfolio Program is to enhance the student experience through courses that focus on personal and career development resulting in well-rounded individuals who are poised and eager to accomplish their initial career goals upon graduation. The program will complement the academic experience by addressing the skills most often cited as lacking by employers and prepare our students to better meet employer needs in order to gain a more competitive advantage in the job market.

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Marketing

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The Marketing major is offered through the College of Business under the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. For more information about the Marketing program's learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, visit the Marketing program website.

Marketing Faculty & Staff

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