Student Loans are financial obligations that must be repaid. Pay careful attention to the terms and conditions of any loan you accept to help pay for school. Do not borrow more than you need or can repay comfortably after leaving school.
View the Student Loan Program Chart for Undergraduates or Graduates for a comparison of various loans.
Visit the Student Loan Guide for Undergraduates or Graduates for more information.
The Office of Student Financial Aid has funds available for short-term loans to assist students with temporary cash flow problems. Funds are generally available within one to four working days, only to students who are currently attending the University (loans cannot be processed between quarters). Repayment is due by the next quarter, or whenever additional funds such as financial aid arrive on account, whichever comes first. There is no interest on the short-term loans, but there is a service charge added to the repayment amount.
View the Short-Term Loan page for eligibility requirements, loan amounts, dates and other information.