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Learn about federal and private loans to help you finance your education at UMGC Asia.

Like many students, you may need additional financing to supplement your savings, grants, and scholarship awards. That’s why most financial aid packages include an offer of aid in the form of federal loans.

Alternative or private loans offer another option to creditworthy borrowers after other sources of aid have been depleted or when federal loan limits have been reached.

Loans must be repaid, with interest, but federal loans are advantageous because they offer low interest rates and more flexible repayment plans than most private loans.

Note: Students must be enrolled at least half-time to be eligible for a direct loan disbursement.

Federal Loans

Learn about borrowing Federal student loans to finance your education at University of Maryland Global Campus Asia. Formerly UMUC

Alternative Loans

Private loans can help you meet the cost of education at University of Maryland Global Campus Asia after other sources of aid are exhausted. Formerly UMUC

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