Tag: Stafford Loan

5.5 Student Loans: Direct Unsubsidized Loan

next we have unsubsidized loans these are made to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who are not eligible for need-based subsidized loans given that these are un-subsidized you will start to accumulate interest while in school you can pay this interest as you go or the total amount will be added to the principal at […]

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Student Loans Explained In Under 2 Minutes

Congratulations. You’re ready for college. Now, let’s talk student loans. A student loan is a type of loan used to pay for post-secondary education, and is repaid over time. The two types of student loans are federal and private. A federal loan is funded by the government, typically with better fixed rates and repayment plans. […]

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5.4 Student Loans: Direct Subsidized Loan

Federal Direct Loans are the largest and most common for students who need a loan the federal direct program breaks down to about four types of direct loans first is subsidized. These loans are made eligible to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need also you must be a US citizen or an eligible non-citizen enrolled […]

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How Student Loans Work…EXPLAINED!

Mike: Hey? Have you guys ever heard of Tyler Oakley? Well, Tyler Oakley has heard os student loans, cuz he had ’em. Big time. And so he and his friends at Big Frame have asked us to make this for you to explain how student loans work so you know, you guys can hae a […]

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Best FAFSA tips: How to get the most financial aid | How to | GBR

Hello, I’m Jennifer, Junior Editor at GoBankingRates.com. Today we’re talking about the free application for Federal Student Aid, also known as the FAFSA. The FAFSA is available to part-time and full-time students. The types of financial aid available through the FAFSA is a Pell Grant, State Grant, Perkins Loan, Stafford Loan and the federal work-study […]

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