Student Loans USA

As a resident of the United States of America, you might also be eligible for student loans. Here is a document that will provide you with information on getting the process started:

  • Financing your Education - A Practical Guide to Paying your Way: Download
  • Blank Budgeting worksheet - Download
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress - SAP
  • Return of Title IV Funds - R2T4
  • Misuse of Title IV Funds Policy - MT4

Application Steps

  1. Fill out your FAFSA (Ambrose University College's US Federal School Code - G41567)
  2. Fill out your Master Promissory Note
  3. If you are a first time borrower, ensure that you have completed entrance counseling
  4. Once you have completed the previous steps, please email Daniel at studentaccounts@ambrose.edu

Listed below are several websites that will help you through this process

Important Websites

Title

Description

Website

Loan Information
Student Aid on the Web Planning for college, paying for college, and repaying student loans www.studentaid.ed.gov
Federal Student Aid FSA Information www.federalstudentaid.ed.gov
College Preparation Checklist A student’s or parent’s first stop for information on academic and financial preparation www.studentaid.ed.gov/collprep
Funding Education Beyond High School: The Guide to
Federal Student Aid
A detailed book for students or parents who want in-depth financial aid information www.studentaid.ed.gov/guide
Do You Need Money for College? Federal Student Aid at
a Glance
A quick glimpse outlining the federal student aid programs, eligibility criteria, and application tips www.studentaid.ed.gov/pubs
Looking for Student Aid Without Getting Scammed   www.studentaid.ed.gov/LSA
Fact sheets on various topics   www.studentaid.ed.gov/pubs
FAFSA on the Web and Federal School Codes   www.fafsa.gov
PIN information and registration   www.pin.ed.gov
FAFSA4caster An early estimate of aid eligibility www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov
Financial Aid Wizard   https://studentaid2.ed.gov/getmoney/fin_aid_wizard/
Direct Loan Program   http://www.direct.ed.gov/
Applying for Loans
Free Application for Federal Student Aid   http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
Guide to filling out FAFSA form   http://www.fafsaonline.com/fafsa-form/