Loans

Student loans are money which is borrowed to help pay for university tuition, books, and living expenses. These funds must be repaid. For many Emory University students, loans are an important way in which they pay for a portion of their educational costs.

Undergraduate Federal Direct Loans

Low-interest loans available to degree-seeking students enrolled at least half-time.

Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans

Made to creditworthy biological, adoptive, or step-parents of eligible dependent undergraduate students who are enrolled at least half time.

Georgia Student Access Loan

For undergraduate Georgia resident students who need assistance securing additional funds to pay for their education expenses.

Private Loan Programs

Private educational loans may be an important funding source for students who need more loan funds than the federal programs can provide.

Allied Health Tuition Loan

This institutionally funded low-interest loan is awarded on the basis of demonstrated need as reported on the FAFSA.