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19 days to go!

Posted on: November 13th, 2012 by Lori Greene

You keep hearing about deadlines. Deadlines. Deadlines. Deadlines. Well, here is one more reminder for high school seniors thinking about Loyola.

Don’t forget! Make sure you APPLY to Loyola.

Saturday, December 1 is Loyola’s priority deadline for admission. This means that you receive your best opportunity for admission and scholarship consideration when you apply by this date. The application for admission serves as your scholarship application as well—no additional forms or questions!

So, if you started your application already, remember to finalize and click “Submit.” We will then check for the rest of your credentials to complete your file and give you a decision in 4–6 weeks. If you have been putting off filling out the application, it is time to get it done.

The application is easy, FREE, and takes about 10–15 minutes of your time.

Wondering what else we require for admission consideration? In addition to your application, make sure you also have these:

  • Counselor or Teacher Recommendation Letter
  • Official High School Transcript
  • Official ACT or SAT test scores
  • Personal Essay (In 500 words or less, provide us a sample of your writing or share a little more about yourself and your achievements.)

Think about it. You have a head start. The hard part—all the time you put in during high school volunteering, participating, studying, competing, etc.—is already done. Now, it’s time to let your efforts speak for themselves in your application.

We are glad that you are considering becoming a part of Loyola’s Class of 2017!

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