A loan may be a good investment in yourself to help finance your education. The loans, which can help you pay your tuitions and fees, as well as living expenses, must be repaid, usually after you graduate, withdraw from college, or drop below half-time enrollment status (fewer than six credit hours per semester for undergraduates or five credit hours per semester for graduates). Watch this video to learn more about loans.
What Student Loans Provide
- Low interest rates
- Attractive repayment options
- Deferment/cancellation opportunities
If your student loan is larger than your cashiering account tuition and fee expenses, you will receive a refund check or direct deposit.
Estimate Monthly Payments and Interest
Determine if a student loan fits into your future payment plans by estimating monthly payment and interest accumulated over the life of your loan with the Student Aid Loan Calculator and the FinAid! Loan Calculator.
- Perkins Loan
- Subsidized Loan
- Unsubsidized Loan
- Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)
- Graduate PLUS loan
- Non-Federal Private Loans
- Other Loan Opportunities
- Emergency Loans
- Loan Comparisons
- Loan Deferment
- Credit Your Account
- Health Professions Student Loan Program