Copy Accounts

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Photocopies can be made in the university's libraries or with other copy machines located on campus by utilizing the student copy account.   Copies can be made in black and white as well as in color (prices vary).  Students can log into the copiers by using their user name and password.

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Withdrawals and Tuition Assistance

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Federal Tuition Assistance funds are paid on behalf of the student under the assumption that the student will attend school for the entire period for which the assistance is paid. When a student withdraws, the student may no longer be eligible for the full amount of tuition assistance funds originally scheduled.

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Withdrawals and Tuition Assistance

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Federal Tuition Assistance funds are paid on behalf of the student under the assumption that the student will attend school for the entire period for which the assistance is paid. When a student withdraws, the student may no longer be eligible for the full amount of tuition assistance funds originally scheduled.

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Bachelor of Religious Studies / Master of Pastoral Ministry or Master of Religious Education Dual Degree Program

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Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) Homepage | Faculty & Staff

Religious Studies Department Homepage | Faculty & Staff

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Master of Arts in Teaching Courses (MAT)

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TEAC-A700  Introduction to Educational Research: Applications, 3 crs.

Entry graduate-level survey of research methods with a dual emphasis on 1) comprehension of educational research literature (teachers as consumers of educational research) and 2) designing and conducting classroom-based research (teachers as producers of educational research)

TEAC-A705  Multiculturalism and Social Justice, 3 crs.

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Master of Arts in Teaching

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The Master of Arts in Teaching is a 36-hour program which includes the basic hours required for State teacher-certification: Additional courses in research and literacy encourage academic rigor, and distinguish the program from the undergraduate program. The program is directed by the Faculty and Staff in the Office of Teacher Education.

 

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Master of Pastoral Studies / Master of Criminal Justice Dual Degree Program

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Department of Criminology & Justice Homepage | Faculty & Staff

2017-2018 MPS-MCJ On-Campus Degree Program Course Listings (DPCL)

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Normas y Procedimientos del Programa LIM en Español

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DNP Course Descriptions

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NURS 800 Theoretical Foundations 3crs.

This course focuses on the exploration of the nature of theory development in nursing, analysis of selected nursing and related theories, and the relevance of theory to research and practice in nursing. It is also designed to help the baccalaureate nurse transition to the role of advanced nursing practice.

 

NURS 805 Advanced Pathophysiology  3 crs.

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Certificación de Educación Continua en Teología y Ministerio

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Admission to Graduate Programs

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Graduate Admissions at Loyola University New Orleans are handled separately by each graduate program rather than through a central office. Applicants should contact the graduate program directly for admissions information.

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Graduate Student Life + Services

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Student Services

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Overpayments/Excess Aid

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Tuition Refund

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Refund Policies

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Tuition

The university’s general policy on refunds is described below. Federal statute requires an alternate calculation for recipients of federal Title IV financial assistance.  More information on the alternate calculation for federal aid can be obtained from the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

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Monthly Payments

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Although Loyola has no monthly payment plan of its own, students may subscribe to a plan from an outside vendor selected by Loyola. Current acceptable plans are listed on our website.  All plans will offer families several monthly payment options to help make education expenses more affordable.

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Billing and Payment Policy

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All enrolled students are assessed tuition, fees, residence hall charges, and board plans as applicable prior to the beginning of the semester. All payments are due no later than:

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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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Academic Actions - Graduate Policies

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In order to remain in good academic standing, a student must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. A student whose gpa falls below 3.0 will be placed on academic probation. A student on probation usually has one semester (fall, spring or summer) to remove the deficiency. If the deficiency is not removed in the allotted time, the student may not be eligible to continue in the program. The final decision to allow a probationary student to remain in the program will be made by the department chairperson.

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Academic Actions - Graduate Policies

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Probation, Suspension and Dismissal

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Withdrawal from Courses

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After the drop/add period and up to one week following the midterm period, students may receive an administrative withdrawal from a course. A grade of W for the course is placed on the transcript, and the transaction requires the adviser’s and instructor’s signatures. Course withdrawal is not complete or official until all signatures have been obtained and a copy is filed in the Office of Student Records. Students who stop attending but do not officially withdraw from the course will receive a grade of F.

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