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How do I take out a subsidized loan?

In order to qualify for a direct subsidized loan, you must apply for financial aid through your school by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and prove your eligibility. To be eligible for a subsidized loan, you must: Be an undergraduate student. Be able to prove financial need.

Should I take out a subsidized loan?

If you need to accept loans to help cover the cost of college or career school, remember to borrow only what you need. You should accept the subsidized loan first because it has more benefits. If you have to accept an unsubsidized loan, remember that you're responsible for all the interest that accrues on that loan.

Is a subsidized loan good?

If you are planning on going back to school, subsidized loans can help save a lot of money in deferment since interest will not accrue. If you do not have a choice because of your lack of financial need, your next option is to choose between a federal unsubsidized and a private loan.

Do you have to pay back a subsidized loan?

Subsidized Loans do not accrue interest while you are in school at least half-time or during deferment periods. Interest is charged during in-school, deferment, and grace periods. Unlike a subsidized loan, you are responsible for the interest from the time the unsubsidized loan is disbursed until it's paid in full.

Are Subsidized Loans Bad?

Also, the interest is subsidized during periods of deferment, meaning that you won't be penalized for periods of financial hardship. Finally, interest rates on subsidized federal loans are currently low and are fixed for the life of the loan, making them a relatively cheap borrowing option.

How do I get a subsidized loan?

In order to qualify for a direct subsidized loan, you must apply for financial aid through your school by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and prove your eligibility. To be eligible for a subsidized loan, you must: Be an undergraduate student. Be able to prove financial need.

How do you get a subsidized student loan?

Be an undergraduate student. Be able to prove financial need. Be enrolled at a school at least half-time. Be enrolled in a program that can lead to a degree or certificate awarded by the school.

How much in subsidized loans can I get?

$57,500 for undergraduatesNo more than $23,000 of this amount may be in subsidized loans. $138,500 for graduate or professional studentsNo more than $65,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans. The graduate aggregate limit includes all federal loans received for undergraduate study.
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