Filling in the financial gap for your education

Student loans can help fill the gap between the cost of attendance and the amounts received through scholarships and grants. These funds will need to be repaid, so we strongly advise you to only borrow the amount you actually need.

Subsidized loan is awarded to students who demonstrated need based on Expected Family Contribution from the FAFSA. U.S. Government pays the interest while student is in school; unsubsidized loan is awarded if need is met; student has the option of paying interest while in college or deferring it. Click here for interest rate and fees associated with loans.

Amount of Award:Loan limits: $5,500 yr Freshman, $6,500 yr Sophomore, $7,500 yr Junior and Senior

How to Apply: Submit FAFSA; accept award and complete entrance counseling and master promissory note.

Renewal Policy: Submit FAFSA Annually. Available every Jan. 1.

Subsidized loan is awarded to students who demonstrated need based on Expected Family Contribution from the FAFSA. U.S. Government pays the interest while student is in school; unsubsidized loan is awarded if need is met; student has the option of paying interest while in college or deferring it. Click here  for interest rate and fees associated with loans.

Amount of Award:Loan Limits: $9,500 yr Freshman, $10,500 yr Sophomore, $12,500 yr Junior and Senior

How to Apply: Submit FAFSA; accept award and complete entrance counseling and complete master promissory note

Renewal Policy: Submit FAFSA Annually. Available every Jan. 1.

Graduate students are only eligible for direct unsubsidized loans. Student has the option of paying interest while in college or deferring it. Click here for interest rate and fees associated with loans.

Amount of Award: Loan Limits: $20,500 year

How to Apply: Submit FAFSA; accept award and complete entrance counseling and complete master promissory note

Renewal Policy: Submit FAFSA Annually. Available every Jan. 1.

Parents of dependent undergraduate student. Approval is based on credit. If Parent PLUS Loan is denied, dependent student is eligible for an additional direct unsubsidized loan. If student is a freshman/sophomore the student can receive $4000 in direct unsubsidized loan. If the student is a junior/senior, the student can receive $5000 in a direct unsubsidized loan. Click here for interest rate and fees associated with loans.

Amount of Award: Cost of attendance minus other financial aid

How to Apply: Submit FAFSA; accept award and complete entrance counseling and complete master promissory note

Renewal Policy: Submit FAFSA Annually. Available every Jan. 1.