How do same day loans work?
The same day loan is a loan you get on the same day you need it. The lender will mail you a check in the next business day. When you get your check you can keep the cash or send a check to your student loan servicer. If you are repaying for credit or debit cards, you are usually supposed to send the money to the credit card company or the financial institution, or send it to a third party.
Why are loans for education different from other loans?
Federal student loans are different from private student loans. These loans are guaranteed by the federal government and are secured by the full faith and do no credit checks from the U.S. government, including your assets.
What types of borrowers should qualify for a federal student loan?
You must meet all three of the following criteria:
- You are a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. (and you have U.S. citizenship or green card status).
You have a household income below the current maximum income for a borrower in this income range. You are seeking to attend an eligible undergraduate program. You are applying to a graduate or professional degree program. What are the eligibility requirements? Each year, the federal government reviews and approves more than 12 million applicants for more than 4 million college and graduate programs with or without credit scores. The federal government requires that students be in good standing in all four years of post-secondary school, including enrollment in at least one eligible undergraduate or graduate program. For a comprehensive list of the undergraduate and graduate programs, click here. All programs have specific requirements. Undergraduates must submit a one-page application with the following information: A complete high school transcript with grades, SATACT scores, and other information. A completed "HASTE" (Honors Application for Transfer) form that must be submitted along with the original transcripts, grades, and other documents required by the institution for admission.
If the school has a policy in place to allow additional time for the receipt of the application, that document should also be submitted. Graduate students must submit a completed application form (in Adobe PDF format) to the program with the same required materials as for an undergraduate student. This includes the original transcripts, the completed HASTE form, transcripts of all other courses taken since high school graduation, and a list of relevant letters of recommendation. The application must include all of the following information: A completed application form (in Adobe PDF format) with the appropriate sections completed. All application materials (application fee, transcripts, HASTE, letters, etc.) must be received by the deadline stated on the application.
All required fees (one course at a time) must be received in full by the deadline along with the rates of each loan.
Students who are under the age of 20 at the time of admission will be required to pay tuition fees upon admission to the program. Students over the age of 20 must contact the registrar to determine how to pay for their tuition. The Registrar's Office will provide the appropriate information. An official transcript must be submitted with your application. Applicants may be required to present unofficial transcripts and/or additional supporting documentation as appropriate. To obtain an unofficial transcript, visit the Registrar's Office and obtain one or complete and submit one of the following.
Letter of Recommendation from your current high school teacherprofessor.