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Student Loans

Student Loans

Loans can be a good option to help meet educational costs but need to be repaid and most accrue interest while a student is in-school.  Students are encouraged to borrow wisely and compare the different benefits, eligibility requirements, and repayment options available. Student loans can be awarded if applicable to the University.


Private loans may be a good option to help bridge the costs of education after a student has been awarded full federal grant and loan eligibility, as well as any scholarship or institutional aid offered. Private Student Loans (referred to as “Alternative” Loans) are also available from private sources, such as a bank or financial institution, or from other organizations.

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  • Private loans can be borrowed up to the cost of attendance, less other aid received.  Schools are required to certify loan eligibility and enrollment in accordance with a lender’s specific loan and borrower requirements.
  • Private loans are now available to parents seeking an alternative to the traditional Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan.  Parents are encouraged to compare the federal and private loan options and choose the loan that best meets their needs.