The Financial Aid Office will be able to answer any specific questions regarding how these changes might or might not affect you and your financial aid award for the coming school year.
Please refer to Federal aid website for additional information.
When it comes time to repay your loans, we suggest a plan that allows you to pay off your loans the fastest.
Remember, the longer you take to pay off your loans, the smaller your monthly payment, but the more you will pay back in total dollars.
Some of the topics covered include financial aid processes and awards, paying for college; time management; credit management; preparing for life after college; and personal finance tips for undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
Please visit the Federal Student Aid website here, for access to valuable loan calculators to get an idea of what your monthly loan payment might look like, depending on the repayment plan you choose.
This document will provide further helpful information from the Department of Education.
To be considered for federal or state (if applicable) financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) .
Here you'll find the information you need to become nean informed consumer of a South University education.
From financial aid facts and forms, to information from our Student Services and Career Services departments, to academic information including course information, textbooks, and catalogs are all available here.
Alternative education loans are not to be used as a substitution for federal loans.
Alternative education loans are intended to provide additional funding for your education after all federal loans are sought.