SLM Education Loan applications available for most classes where tuition exceeds $1,000. Please call 739-7905 or 1-877-ADULTED (238-5833) for more information.
FAFSA on the Web
FAFSA on the Web is the way to apply online for student financial aid! When you apply online, you don't hassle with paperwork, and you get your results faster. Plus, help filling out your FAFSA is built into the system, so you'll know what to do as you go along. You can even chat live online with a customer service representative if you need personal assistance. This help is free, you don't have to pay usor anyone elsefor assistance. For another form of free help, check out Completing the FAFSA, below.
Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan
The Sallie Mae SmartOption Student Loan® helps you save money, build your credit, and pay off your student loans faster. With the Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan, you can borrow up to the full cost of your education, less other aid received. Designed to help you graduate with less student loan debt and help you pay it off faster, the Smart Option Student Loan requires making interest-only payments while in school and during the six-month separation period to avoid capitalized interest. A creditworthy cosigner may also help you qualify and/or receive a lower interest rate.
Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan for College Eligibility
- You must attend an eligible school, be an undergraduate student or attending an eligible associate, graduate or technical/trade program at least half time. In some circumstances, the Smart Option Student Loan is available to less-than-half-time students and students enrolled in a continuing education program.
- U.S. citizens enrolled in eligible study abroad programs or studying at medical schools outside the United States are also eligible.
- International students are eligible with a creditworthy cosigner (who must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident) and appropriate U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service documentation
- You must meet current credit and other eligibility criteria.
Student Aid on the Web
Student Aid on the Web is a great resource for free information from the U.S. Department of Education on preparing for and funding education beyond high school.
Financial Aid Verification Worksheet
Each year the United States Department of Education randomly selects Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to undergo the verification process. Schools also independently select specific applications to undergo verification if there are discrepancies in the data the student provided in their Financial Aid application. If you are chosen for verification you must submit requested documentation and complete a verification worksheet in order to complete your application for financial aid.
The 2013-14 Verification Worksheets are available below. Help with filling out these forms is available here.