Money Matters - Financial Literacy Program
Money Matters is a financial literacy program to provide personal finance education to Loyola students. Our workshops, seminars, presentations, and online tutorials outlined below elaborate on key topics to expand the knowledge of personal finance and lead to better understanding of this important information.
Money Matters Workshops and Seminars
Money Matters workshops and seminars are open to prospective and current students. We are working on the spring 2014 schedule. Please check back soon for upcoming workshops and seminars.
What’s So Funny about Money?
Don't think finances are hilarious? Let us change your mind! Comedy Improv and 45 Kings meets Financial Aid in this entertaining and enlightening look into financial literacy for undergrad and graduate students. Come to the Damen Center for some laughs about loans and money management.
Date and Time: TBD
How to use LOCUS: Click Here for video
LOCUS (Loyola’s Online Connection to University Services) is a self-service portal that allows students to view and process financial and academic information. Our online tutorial teaches students and those with Parent/Guest Access how to use LOCUS to view key financial aid award information and to navigate to your Financial Aid Award, Student Center, To Do List, Estimate Cost of Attendance, and Bottom Line (Estimate).
Financial Aid Office
Loyola University Chicago
1032 W. Sheridan Rd.
Chicago, IL 60660