The Financial Aid Office will assist you in administering loans from a variety of student loan programs, including loans available from federal, state and private resources. On most loans, the student is the borrower and must complete the loan application process, which includes signing a promissory note. Parents are eligible to apply for the Parent PLUS Loan on behalf of their dependent student. Students should check their Workday account to ensure all items requested by the Financial Aid Office are received.
Federal loans are available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. only. Complete the FAFSA to be considered for the loans listed below. First-time student borrowers are required to complete loan entrance counseling prior to disbursement.
We've partnered with ECMC Solutions to help you create a plan for repayment and address your questions and concerns regarding federal student loans at no cost to you. A representative from ECMC may contact you if you've borrowed federal student loans and you graduate, withdraw, drop below half-time, shortly before your loan payments begin or if you're late in making payments on your loans. You may want to call ECMC if you're having trouble making payments, to learn more about the repayment options available to make your monthly payments more affordable or learn about loan forgiveness, forbearance and deferment options.
Student Loan Debt Relief is currently on hold and has the potential to be overturned. Do you have a plan for repayment?
Student Loan (Re)Payments
Student loan (re)payments resume on Aug. 29, 2023. Are you ready?
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