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  • Federal Direct Loan Program
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  • FAFSA & Stafford Loan Programs
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What is a Stafford Loan? Do I qualify?

Federal Stafford Loans are a form of Federal Financial Aid to help an undergraduate or graduate student pay for their education.We canhelp guide you through the process and help you get money for school.


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Federal Student Loans

Financial help is available for students who are enrolled in schools that participate in federal student aid programs. Government education loans not only cover tuition fees, but you can use the money for other expenses like books, supplies, room, and board. Federal aid from the government is based on your financial need. The three different types of federal aid available are grants, FAFSA, and the Federal direct loan program.

College Grants

The main advantage of a government grant is that you don't have to pay it back. The amount of money you receive depends on your tuition and enrollment status (for example, whether you are full time or part time). Recently, the maximum amount of Pell Grant money you can receive is $5,500. Other grants, such as Stafford loans, will award Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants range from $100 to $4,000. In addition, you must be an undergraduate student to qualify for a grant.


The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that is filled out to determine in part your eligibility for a federal family education loan program. Essentially it is used to determine how much you or your family are expected to contribute towards secondary education. Most if not all federal direct loans are determined by the FAFSA loan documentation. In addition to federal education loans and direct loans, most colleges use the FAFSA information to determine college grants and scholarships.

Direct Loans

With a federal student loans or private, you're required to pay it back with interest. Parents often take out loans to pay for educational expenses for their dependants. Maximum loan amounts depend on your grade level, but you can receive a loan regardless of whether you're a graduate or undergraduate student. The interest rates charged on student loans vary depending on the institution, your credit status, and other factors as well.

There are a number of different federal student loans and government programs to help you get the money you need to get your college education. Luckily there is a wealth of resources available for you to find the best students loans for your needs.

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