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Aid for Graduates and Professionals

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New expanded options allow graduate and professional students to borrow up to the full cost of education minus any other financial aid received.


  1. Grants: most federal grants are for undergradute programs only. However, your graduate school may offer special grants that support your field of study: view your school for information


  2. Scholarships: there are plenty scholarships available for graduate students in particulary fields. Complete a thorough search for all the FREE scholarship money: view scholarship information


  3. Perkin Loans: available for graduate students with exceptional financial need. Maximum annual limit: $6,000
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  4. Fed Stafford Loans: graduates can borrow up to $18,000 or more for each academic year: jump to Stafford student loan information


  5. Grad PLUS Loans: you can borrow up the full cost of your graduate program minus the available stafford loans amount and other financial aid received: view grad PLUS loan program


  6. Private Loans: private student loans do not require federal filings and regulations. You can borrow up to $30,000 each academic year and defer repayments until after you graduate: jump to private student loan information


  7. Other Aid: view other financial aid options that may be availiable: see summary of financial aid options



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