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To apply for a Federal Direct Student Loan, you must complete and satisfy the following in the order listed below:
 
1)      Complete the 2015-2016 FAFSA.
2)      Must have Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).   Click here for SAP Policy.
3)      Must be enrolled in at least 6 approved units per semester.
4)      Submit all forms and documents requested by our office.
5)       If you have unsatisfactory academic progress, then you must submit an appeal
           and get an approval from the Appeal Committee.
6)       Complete a Student Loan Entrance Counseling on-line at www.studentloans.gov
7)       Complete a Master Promissory Note (MPN) if you are a first time borrower.
           Returning borrower does not need to complete another MPN if your previous     
           MPN is still good - log on www.studentloans.gov to check for expiration date.
8)       Complete and submit a Direct Loan Request to our office.

 

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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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