Alfred J. Kilp, SJ ’30 Scholarship & Raymunde McKay, RSHM Scholarship
The Alumni Association provides annual scholarships to undergraduate students who are children and grandchildren of alumni of Loyola University, Marymount College or Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. The direct descendants of alumni are very important to the University and the Alumni Association. These scholarships are named in honor of two outstanding individuals: Alfred J. Kilp, SJ '30 was a loved Jesuit priest and alumnus who devoted most of his adult life in service to the University. Raymunde McKay, RSHM is the former president of Marymount College. Only one application is necessary for both scholarships and is ONLY open to all incoming students to the university, both new freshman and transfer students. If students continue to maintain the minimum requirements they will receive the scholarship for a maximum of four years or through graduation, whichever comes first. The McKay Scholarship is based on financial need while the Kilp Scholarship reviews financial need but it is not an overriding factor. Financial need is assessed by the LMU Financial Aid Office. All applicants for the McKay Scholarship must have a completed financial aid application on file (FASFA) with the LMU Financial Aid Office to be eligible.
The Alfred J. Kilp, SJ ’30 Scholarship and Raymunde McKay, RSHM Scholarship application cycle for 2016-2017 incoming freshmen class is now closed.
African American Alumni Association Scholarship Fund
The African American Alumni Association (AAAA) Scholarship was established in 2003 by LMU alumni, faculty and staff to provide financial assistance to deserving undergraduate African-American LMU students. Since its inception, the scholarship fund has raised more than $512,000.00; much of which has come from individual donors and alumni gifts.
Latino Alumni Association Annual Scholarship
The LMU Latino Alumni Association, a legacy of the Mexican American Alumni Association, was established in 1981 by a group of dedicated alumni with the common goal of fostering the next generation of Latino leaders. Since its inception, our community has awarded more than 1,400 scholarships for more than $3 million, thanks in part to the 2:1 match from the university on all scholarships from the LMU Latino Alumni Association, up to $150,000 each academic year.
iModules Scholarship Program
The iModules Scholarship Program annually provides individual financial scholarships to students enrolled in secondary or higher education institutions that are current iModules clients. The LMU Alumni Association is a client of iModules, therefore both incoming and returning LMU students are eligible.
Read more about additional scholarship opportunities.