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Federal Nursing Student Loans
Funding of this program comes from the federal government and from former SPU students who are in the process of repaying their Nursing Student Loans.
- Funds are awarded to students admitted to the School of Health Sciences and pursuing a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing.
- A Nursing Loan requires documented financial need as determined from a processed FAFSA. No interest is charged on the loan while you are enrolled at least half-time and are pursuing a nursing degree.
- Nine months after you have left school or dropped below half-time status or are no longer a nursing major, interest will begin accruing and you will begin making payments of principle and interest.
- For loan limits, repayment, and interest information refer to the Employment-Loan Chart (PDF).
Documents required for the nursing loan:
Notification about the documents and requirements will be sent to your SPU email account.
- Master Promissory Note (MPN), loan interview sheet, rights and responsibilities document (first year only).
- You must complete a loan counseling session.
- Truth-in-lending statement (annually).
- Application and Solicitation and Final Disclosure forms (informational only).
- Approval Disclosure and Self-Certification forms (at least annually).
- Loan exit interview (prior to your departure from SPU or when your enrollment drops less than half-time status).
The first year a nursing loan is awarded, an MPN, truth in lending statement, and loan interview sheet must be completed before the nursing loan can be credited to your account. Additionally, each year a nursing loan is awarded, the Approval Disclosure and Self-Certification form and the Truth-in-Lending forms must be completed. Each quarter thereafter, awarded nursing funds will be automatically credited to your student account, provided you are enrolled for the number of credits upon which your financial aid was based and you continue to pursue a baccalaureate degree in nursing.
Last Updated: 3/13/2012