Loan Programs & Counseling

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Loan Programs

If additional assistance beyond scholarships and grants if needed, there are many loan options. Here are some options recommended by Mount Marty's financial aid office.

Eligibility: Need-based and non-need based loans
Amount: Direct Loan Limits
Application: Complete the FAFSA and Master Promissory Note

Eligibility: Financial need
Amount: Variable, up to $5,000
Application: Complete the FAFSA, priority date is March 1

Eligibility: Parents of dependent undergraduate students
Amount: Variable, up to the cost of attendance
Application: Complete the FAFSA and Master Promissory Note
Find out more about a PLUS Loan.

Eligibility: Enrolled in a graduate program
Amount: Variable, up to the cost of attendance
Application: Complete the FAFSA and Master Promissory Note
Find out more about a PLUS Loan.

Eligibility: Financial Need
Amount: Variable, up to $4,000
Application: Complete the FAFSA and Master Promissory Note
You must be accepted into the MMC nursing program. 

Alternative loans are distributed by private lenders, such as banks, credit unions and companies.

Loan Counseling

Many students seek more information about starting and exiting a loan program. The links below will help you find information and counseling you may want to review if you decide to move forward with a loan.

For more information on Direct Consolidation Loans visit www.loanconsolidation.ed.gov or call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID.