Grad School and Undergrad loans

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Grad School and Undergrad loans

Postby GradDad » Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:30 am

If I enter grad school 1 1/2 years after getting my undergrad diploma and I have been making payments of my Stafford loans, will the undergrad Staffors loans automatically go into deferment or must I make the request?
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Re: Grad School and Undergrad loans

Postby Aid Whiz » Fri Sep 23, 2011 12:58 pm

You will need to file the form yourself, and get it certified by your school. For all federal loans, you can fill out the "In School Deferment Request" and send it to the address provided on the form. Any private loans will require a separate request, so you should contact your lender for more information.

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Re: Grad School and Undergrad loans

Postby allloansfast » Fri Nov 04, 2011 9:29 am

There must be some kind of announcement of how things like this should be done. Some of my friends, they need to file a request for this kind of matter. Or you could just go to your school staff to ask for this, they can definitely help you.
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Re: Grad School and Undergrad loans

Postby zalinaB » Sat Nov 12, 2011 2:15 am

Federal Subsidized Loans are offered to undergraduate and graduate students, who are enrolled at least half time, on the basis of financial need. While attending school, the government pays the interest that accrues on these loans. Payments can be made at any time before repayment begins. Repayment of principal and interest begins approximately six months after graduation, if attendance goes below half-time status, or if withdrawn from program. It is good both for graduate and under graduate students.
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