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  • Below are documents designed to help simplify the college application process for students and their famillies. Please contact the advisers above if you need any assistance with anything during your student's college search!

  •   COLLEGE INFORMATION

     

  • Loans for Your Student's Education:

     

    - NC Assist Loans

    NC Assist loans can be taken out for both undergraduate and graduated education, and by the student or the parent. Below are some of the requirements for the Student NC Assist Loan. 

    The student borrower of an NC Student Assist Loan must:

    • Be at least 17.
    • Be enrolled (or accepted for enrollment) at least halftime at an eligible non-profit Title IV institution in a degree-seeking program.
    • Be a North Carolina resident or attending a North Carolina school.
    • Be credit-worthy and have the required credit score, or have a co-signer who meets the credit requirements.
    • Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
    • Meet other federal student eligibility requirements as certified by the student's school.
    • Be in good standing on any other CFI loan(s).
    • Student may only borrow their school's Cost of Attendance minus the Financial Aid they received from the institution.
    • Must borrow a minimum of $1,000, but may not borrow more than $120,000 for an undergraduate degree. 
    • Students will have a 6 monthes grace period after graduation before repayment must start, and repayment must be completed within 10 years. Minimum monthly payments will be at least $50. 

     

    The parent borrower of an NC Parent Assist Loan must:

    • Be the biological parent, adoptive parent, or step-parent of an eligible benefiting student.
    • Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen.
    • Be a North Carolina resident or have a benefiting student attending an eligible North Carolina school.
    • Have a benefiting student who meets all of the requirements listed for a student borrower except the credit score requirement.
    • Be credit-worthy and have the required credit score.
    • Be in good standing on any other CFI loan(s).
    • Parent may only borrow their student's school's Cost of Attendance minus the Financial Aid they received from the institution.
    • Must borrow a minimum of $1,000, but may not borrow more than $120,000 for an undergraduate degree. 
    • Payments occur after loan is disbursed. 

     

    More information about these loans can be found here