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Spring 2017 Graduate Stafford Loan Request Form

Term: January 9, 2017 - April 27, 2017.
Student MUST have 2016-17 FAFSA on file before submitting Spring '17 loan request form.

All students pursuing a graduate or professional degree are eligible for Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans. The maximum a student can obtain in an academic year (Summer, Fall, and Spring) is $20,500, however, students may only borrow for academically related expenses and only up to the cost of education developed for each semester. Each individual student's cost of education is determined by the number of hours attempted and the length of the terms in which they are enrolled.



Important Note: BEFORE submitting this form students should register for all classes they are taking, in both sets of Spring bi-term classes. Students should also submit loan request for both Spring bi-terms at once. Please consider your full semester needs before submitting a loan request.



Students may borrow more than the direct cost of tuition and estimated book expenses for educational related expenses only. If you need additional funds, please list the educationally related expense and the amount needed for each item below.


Type of Educational Expense

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Type of Educational Expense

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Type of Educational Expense

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Next Step: An official award letter from UC will be mailed to you indicating the loan approval. You are required to sign and return the form to our office showing acceptance or denial of the loan. Additionally, if this will be your first semester of Federal Direct Loan assistance at UC, you MUST complete Federal Direct Loan Entrance Counseling and sign a Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN) at www.studentloans.gov in order for your loan to be disbursed to your student account.

Clicking the “Send Request” button below constitutes your express written consent to be called and/or texted by University of the Cumberlands at the number(s) you provided, regarding furthering your education. You understand that these calls may be generated using an automated technology.