Our enhanced e-Commerce system offers greater functionality, expanded service features and environmental-friendly options to all students, parents and authorized users.
Enhanced e-Commerce features include:
Tuition payment options include Visa, MasterCard, American Express and e-Check payments. At this time, the University does not charge a fee to process a credit card or e-Check payment. Your payment information can be stored through this secured e-Commerce site for your convenience. For more information please view our instructional video.
The e-Commerce system should be available every day except during daily scheduled maintenance which occurs from 3:45AM (CST) until 8:00AM (CST). Please only use you Campus Wide Identification Number (CWID) when logging into the e-Commerce system. DO NOT use your Social Security Number as it may display incomplete account information.
Students should access the e-Commerce system through LORA under the Tuition and Billing Section. Once on the Account Summary page, click on Pay Tuition Online / View e-Bills / Add Authorized Users / Create e-Refund Profile.
Parents should access the e-Commerce system through LORAPAR under the Tuition and Billing Section. Once on the Account Summary page, click on Pay Tuition Online / View e-Bills. Before parents can view their student's tuition statement or make a payment, the student MUST authorize their Parent / User in the e-Commerce system. Once the student sets up this authorization (instructional video), the Parent or other Authorized User will be sent an email confirmation indicating they have been granted access. For security purposes, an additional email will follow with a temporary password to the system. Your email address and temporary password are required for your initial log in. Once the Parent has logged into the e-Commerce system, they will be requested to complete the Authorized User profile and set up their own password.
Please note: The LORAPAR sign on is different from the authorization and sign on credentials in the e-Commerce system.
Other Authorized Users will access the e-Commerce system here. Please note that students MUST first grant access (instructional video) in the e-Commerce system before Other Authorized Users can access the system or make a payment. Access will require an email address and password authorization that has been created by the student for the Authorized User to log in.
Employers as Authorized Users will also access the e-Commerce system here. Please note that as with parents and other authorized users, students MUST first grant access (instructional video) in the e-Commerce system before an employer can access the system or make a payment. Access will require an email address and password authorization that has been created by the student for the Employer to log in. Once the employer receives the email notification with the password, the employer should log in and complete the process by entering the information requested. Where it asks for Your Full Name, please enter the word ‘Employer -’ preceding the company or individual employer’s name so we will know this is an employer who has been granted access by the student.
If you have any questions regarding the e-Commerce system, please contact the Bursar's Office at (504) 865-2388 or e-mail email@example.com.
Non-cash (checks or money orders) tuition payments can be mailed to the Bursar’s Office at the following address:
Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 78
New Orleans, LA 70118
Before mailing your tuition payment, please include the student’s Campus Wide ID Number on the check to ensure accurate payment posting.
If a credit exists on a student account due to an overpayment, withdrawal, or excess financial aid, a refund may be issued to the student upon request.
If the student, parent or authorized user paid any portion of the tuition bill by credit card, the refund will be issued to the original credit card for the appropriate amount.
If the student paid any portion of the bill by personal check or E-Check, a refund may be issued after the check clears the financial institution. Any form of financial aid (loans, grants, or scholarships) will be the priority form of payment to the tuition account. If a credit results from a combination of financial aid and a credit card payment after all adjustments have been made, the credit card will be refunded.