***Attention Direct Loan borrowers: New legislation for 2013-2014***
Effective on July 1st 2013, first time Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan borrowers will be subject to a maximum eligibility period that you can receive your Subsidized Loan. The maximum eligibility period is 150% of your scheduled academic program.
For example, if you are enrolled in a 4-year Bachelors degree program, you will be eligible to borrow a Subsidized Loan for a period of 6 years regardless of the amount of money borrowed each year. After this 6 year period you will no longer be eligible for a Subsidized Loan even if you have not reached your aggregate loan limit. The previously established aggregate loan limits will also remain in effect.
Please click this link to learn more about how this new provision may impact you.
If you have any questions, you can contact the Office of Financial Aid at (908)737-3220 or email@example.com.
The Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to educating students regarding various aid programs that make attending college affordable for all. We have flexible hours of service and our financial aid counselors are on call every day to help with the financial aid process. Students can finance their college education through need-based grants, scholarships and low-interest Federal Direct Student Loans. The Financial Aid Office will help students navigate the aid process. Please call us at 908-737-3220 with any questions or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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