Financial Aid: Undergraduate Loans
An education loan is a form of financial aid that must be repaid, with interest. Education loans come in three major categories: student loans (e.g.,
Student loans are loans taken out in the name of the student. They must be used for educationally related expenses, such as tuition, room, board, books, and any other cost associated with going to college. Below are the types of loans available to students at the University of Portland. Not all loans are available to all students. Check your award letter to see what you are eligible to receive.
Parent loans are loans taken out in the name of a parent for the benefit of a dependent undergraduate student. Like student loans, they must be used for educationally related expenses.
Direct PLUS Loan for Parents
Information and instructions on applying for loans can be found at Apply for Loans.
Title IV Loans Code of ConductAll Officers and employees of the University of Portland, who have responsibilities with respect to student educational loans, must comply with this code of conduct.
Title IV Loan Code of Conduct
Loan Repayment and Forgiveness
More information on Loan Forgiveness and Repayment can be found in the Resources section of this website.
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