Financial Aid Websites - Capital University Law School

Financial Aid Websites


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    RESOURCE                   DESCRIPTION 
    FSA ID    An FSA ID is required to complete the FAFSA.  Your FSA ID gives you access to the Federal Student Aid’s online systems and serves as your legal signature on your loan application.   
         
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA   Complete the online application for federal financial aid.  All students should complete the FAFSA each year even if you decide not to use federal loans.   
         
    studentloans.gov    Complete Master Promissory Notes, Entrance and Exit counseling.  Find repayment calculators. 
         
    Federal Student Loan Interest Rates    Lists the current interest rates and origination fees for Federal Direct Loans
         
    National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)   Comprehensive database providing information on your federal loans. 
         
    Great Lakes    Non-profit organization dedicated to helping students borrow responsibly and find the right repayment option. 
         
    Access Group    Non-profit organization providing resources and tools for repayment information.   
         
    Sallie Mae    Find loans that may have lower interest rates than PLUS loans for qualified students.  Sallie Mae offers Bar Study loans. 
         
    $ALT    Loan repayment information; Salary estimator and job assistance information. 
         
    GI BILL    Veterans:  find a school, apply for benefits 
         
    Veteran's On-Line Application (VONAPP)   U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs site enabling veterans to apply for benefits online.
         
    Veterans eBenefits page   Veteran students can apply for and manage benefits including health care, find employment resources, access housing and transportation assistance and other resources.
         
    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)   Educational Resources for all students 
         
    Equifax
    Experian
    TransUnion 
      Check your 3 credit reports and bureau credit scores.  Veterans can place Active Duty alerts on your credit report.