Graduate Loans for University of Georgia
The annual tuition at University of Georgia is approximately $25,492. As a Graduate Student, you may receive up to $8,500 in subsidized Federal Stafford Loan funds. That leaves $16,992 left for you to pay. The GradLoans Private Student Loan program allows you to borrow up to cost of attendance; with an annual maximum of $45,000 (minus other aid received) and the check is sent straight to you so you can use it to help cover all educated related expenses, including tuition, room and board, books and even a computer.
Graduate students attending University of Georgia may be eligible for one or more low-interest loans available through the Direct Loan Program. One such loan is the Graduate Stafford Loan offers the lowest interest rate and repayment can be deferred until after you graduate from University of Georgia.
While the Federal Stafford loan is your best choice in starting to finance your graduate degree from University of Georgia, it is often not enough. Graduate students should also consider the Grad PLUS loan as well as private graduate loans to help cover the cost of their graduate education.
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University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
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