COULD SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN THESE LOANS?

Could someone greatfully insist the disproportion in between Stafford Loans, Federal Direct Loans and Unsub. Federal Direct loans. I am perplexing to take out tyro loans for my mental condition propagandize and I am unequivocally confused. Thanks!

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beut_els_guese March 28, 2014 at 9:51 pm

Direct Loans is a Stafford Loan provider.

A Stafford Loan is the one you get from the federal government. It is not a credit based loan, so in essence, once you complete the FAFSA and apply for a Stafford, you should get it. The only reason you wouldn’t get it is if you are a convicted sex offender or are in default on previous student loans or if you owe any previous school grant monies.

A subsidized student loan is a loan that does not require you to pay interest while you are enrolled in school. During that time, the federal government pays the interest. But after you graduate and your grace period ends, you must start paying back your loans and interest.

An unsubsidized student loan is a loan that requires you to pay back the interest on the loan while you are in school. Like a subsidized student loan, payment on your principal is deferred until six months after graduation, but instead of the school or government picking up the tab on interest, it is all up to you.

Shelly March 28, 2014 at 9:51 pm

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