Financial Aid Programs
There are many different types of loans available for students. A comprehensive list of the loan programs in which Regent University participates is provided below. Additionally, it is common for loan programs to require the submission of a promissory note. For detailed information and directions on completing this process, please review our resource on Master Promissory Notes.
Federal Stafford Loan Programs
The Federal Stafford Loan Program provides loans at a low cost to students. There are two Stafford Loans that students are eligible for: Stafford Subsidized Loan and Stafford Unsubsidized Loan. Both loans provide access to funds that students may not otherwise have. Click on the title above to learn more about the Stafford Loan Program.
Graduate PLUS Loan
The Federal Graduate PLUS Program is a low-interest loan for graduate students enrolled in school at least half-time (minimum of six credit hours per semester). Graduate students must be U.S. citizens or registered permanent residents to apply for the PLUS. Eligibility for the PLUS is not based on demonstrated financial need. Click on the title above to learn more about the Graduate PLUS Loan Program.
Parent PLUS Loan
The Federal Parent PLUS Program is a low-interest loan for parents of dependent, undergraduate students enrolled in school at least half-time (minimum of six credit hours per semester). Parents must be U.S. citizens or registered permanent residents to apply for the PLUS. Eligibility for the PLUS is not based on demonstrated financial need. Click on the title above to learn more about the Parent PLUS Loan Program.
Private Loan Programs
Many private lending institutions offer credit-based loan programs to students. Students should carefully consider the interest rates, loan fees and terms of the program before making a selection. Most institutions have an online application followed by a credit check. Once the school is notified, the school will certify the loan amount. The student most likely will then be required to complete either an online or paper promissory note. Click on the title above for additional information to consider before selecting a private loan.
Canadian Student Loans
Canadian students who are ineligible for U.S. loans can apply for a Canadian Student Loan. Click on the title above to determine the eligibility requirements and application process.
Virginia Teaching Scholarship Loan
VTSLP's primary purpose is to provide financial support to eligible students who are preparing to teach in one of Virginia's critical shortage fields. Click on the title above for complete information on this program.
Bar Exam Loan
Law students who are graduating are eligible to apply for a Bar Exam Loan to help with costs during preparation for your state's bar exam. Click on the title above for additional information.
Click here for the Regent University's Loan Disclosure Statement.
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