After grants and scholarships are applied to your account, the balance of your cost of attendance can be paid using loans. Unlike other types of financial aid, loans must be repaid.
There are several types of loans available, each having different interest rates, repayment period and other details. Learn more
- Complete the FAFSAfor the following loans:
- Federal Direct Subsidized
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized
- Perkins (by March 1 to be considered eligible)
- Nursing (by March 1 to be considered eligible)
- Parent Loan for Undergraduate Student (PLUS)
- Go to studentloans.gov to apply and complete the PLUS loan Master Promissory Note.
- Alternative Loans
- Federal Direct Loans
- Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) and GradPLUS Loans
- Apply and accept Alternative Loans through FASTChoice
Financial Awareness Counseling helps you understand financial aid and assists you in managing your finances.
Loan repayment programs have been set up to help you pay your loan. Learn more
Student loans will affect your finances after you graduate. Read more about "fiscal fitness," financial planning, and how to develop good credit habits.