A campus-based, low interest loan for graduate and undergraduate students. The college acts as the lender using a limited pool of funds provided by the federal government. These loans are awarded based on exceptional financial need.
Federal loans awarded to you by colleges as part of their total aid package. You do not have to begin repaying these loans until nine months after leaving college. No separate application process is needed. Decisions are based on the information provided on the FAFSA.
low-interest loans made under the Federal Perkins Loan Program to undergraduate and graduate students through your school. You repay the school or the agent the school hires to service the loan. These loans are made based on financial need.
a long-term, low-interest loan for students who can demonstrate extreme financial need.
Loans offered by some schools to provide the neediest students with low-interest loans.
The Perkins loan is a low-interest loan for both undergraduate and graduate students with exceptional financial need. The school is the lender and the loan is made mostly with government funds with a portion contributed by the school. The loan is thus repaid to the school. PLUS Loan. PLUS stands for "Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students." These are loans for parents or legal guardians of a dependent student enrolled at least half-time in an eligible program. The borrowing parent owes interest on the loan as soon as the loan is made. Repayment of the loan begins when the final loan disbursement is issued.
Awarded by the student's school, these low-interest loans (%5) are given to students (both undergraduate and graduate) that demonstrate exceptional financial need. Repayment of this loan begins 9 months after the student graduates, leave school or drop to less than half-time student status.
Low-interest loans offered by some schools for undergraduates and graduate students. The school is the lender.
This is a federal financial aid program that consists of low-interest loans for undergraduates and graduate students with exceptional financial need. Loans are awarded by the school.
Federally insured loans funded by the government and awarded by the school. The loans feature a low interest rate and are repayable over an extended period.
These have a fixed interest rate of 5 percent for a maximum of $4,000 for undergraduates and $6,000 for graduate and professional students. Payment is owed to the school that made the loan. Funds are limited and first come, first served. Related News How to find the money More from Paying for College More from America's Best Coleges