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Before you can apply for Federal Direct Loan, you must complete and satisfy the following in the order listed below:
 
1)      Complete the FAFSA.
2)      Comply with our SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) policy.  Click here for info.
3)      Must be enrolled in at least 6 approved units per semester.
4)      Submit all forms and documents requested by our office.
5)      Receive a Financial Aid Award Letter from us.
6)      Pick up a loan packet at our Financial Aid office and sign up for a loan workshop.

 

***Deadline to turn in a loan packet for 2014-2015 award year is May 15th, 2015.***

 

Loan workshops for spring 2015 semester:

If you are going to attend the loan workshop, you must sign up and pick up a loan packet at the Financial Aid Office one day prior to the loan workshop date (sign up and pick up a loan packet on the loan workshop date is not allowed).

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Wednesday 3/11/15 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm i - 106
Monday 4/13/15 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm i - 106
Thursday 5/7/15 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm i - 104
   

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**For more information on student loans for Fall  semester, please check back in August. 
(Loans are not available during Summer) 
 

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