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Loyola Catholic School


Who is the Loyola Catholic School?

Loyola Catholic School is a Catholic Pre K-12 school located in Mankato, MN which educates approximately 640 students on two campuses and are accredited by the North Central Association for Colleges and Secondary Schools.

Location: Mankato, MN
Enrollment: 640 Students
Associations: North Central Association for Colleges and Secondary Schools

About our school.
Loyola Catholic School is a Catholic PreK-12 school located in Mankato, MN. We educate approximately 640 students on two campuses and we are accredited by the North Central Association for Colleges and Secondary Schools. We foster academic excellence through teaching and modeling Gospel values, prayer, global awareness and outreach, 1:1 initiative with laptop computers, AP courses, electives, fine arts, performance arts, service and leadership opportunities and athletics.

To learn more about the Loyola Catholic School, start here: www.loyolacatholicschool.org

Choosing TADS?

TADS was chosen for financial aid to make the application process fair, confidential and objective. We added the tuition management component this year in hopes that an outside source could provide a more structured payment process for our families, and payment would then be more timely. TADS was also recommended by another private school very similar to Loyola.

Loyola Catholic School & TADS.

Before TADS.
Financial Aid – Parents met privately with the school president to discuss financial aid.
Tuition Management – Our business office handled the tuition management by providing a payment contract, then tracking tuition payments accordingly.

Current systems used.
Financial Aid – TADS Financial Aid Assessment
Tuition Management – TADS Billing & Tuition Management
Improvement – our school & processes.
The financial aid process is thorough and confidential, providing the school with a fair assessment of all applicants in one easy to read report. The tuition management service has taken the sometimes difficult task of actually collecting tuition from families out of the job description of school personnel (the same people who are part of our school, parish, and local communities and who work with/socialize with/volunteer with these families at events, on committees, etc.) and transferred the task to an off-site company.

What we learned.
Families experiencing a hardship may be more likely to apply for aid if they feel their information remains confidential and the awards are fair. We want to help those families rather than risk losing them due to financial reasons. Also, many families appear to prioritize their tuition payments higher when an outside source is collecting, which puts the school in a better financial position.