Welcome to Loyola University New Orleans! We are committed to providing comprehensive support for online students, so please review the available student resources below to learn more.
New Student Checklist
Once you are accepted, navigate the registration and enrollment process with our helpful Loyola New Student Checklist.
Use Loyola Online Records Access (LORA) to register for classes, view grades and transcripts, pay tuition, view billing statements and update contact information. For step-by-step registration instructions, view the LORA Registration Guide.
*Check U-Achieve before you register. U-Achieve is your academic progress report that tracks what you have accomplished and courses that are still needed for degree completion. You can access U-Achieve through LORA. For detailed instructions on using U-Achieve to track your academic progress, download this helpful guide.
Use Blackboard to view your courses, communicate with instructors and classmates, access and submit class assignments, and take exams.
Access Wolfmail — a Gmail sponsored email address for current Loyola students.
Access the Academic Calendar to view important dates including registration, application, and withdrawal deadlines, campus holidays and closures, and final exam dates.
The University Bulletins are annual publications of academic policies, academic program requirements, and a catalog of course descriptions.
Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Explore financial aid at http://www.loyno.edu/financialaid/. Pay tuition and fees and learn about available payment options through the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
Student Handbook & Code of Conduct
View the Student Handbook & Code of Conduct and learn about policies, procedures, and practices.
Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces (ALEKS) is an assessment and learning system that evaluates a student’s mathematical knowledge and determines readiness for particular courses at Loyola. All entering first-year students without AP/IB/transfer credit in mathematics must take the assessment, and students will not be permitted to take a course unless they have demonstrated readiness.
For additional information, including how to understand and improve your ALEKS score, visit the ALEKS Assessment page. To take the assessment, log in to LORA and go to the Student Schedule tab, then click ALEKS Math Placement. For questions about the ALEKS Assessment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions