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Loans are borrowing money from a bank, government or lending institutions with the understanding you have to pay the money back. This type of financial aid is considered self-help aid. Loans will also have added interest that has to be paid back with the loan.
Loans borrowed from the Federal government through the Direct Loan Program offer students a low-interest option compared to alternative loans through banks and other lending institutions.
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Several institutional loans are available to students who request them on the Georgia Tech Application for Scholarships and Financial Aid.
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Many private lending institutions offer loans to students and families seeking assistance to meet expenses related to attendance at Georgia Tech.
The Student Access Loan (SAL) is a need-based, low interest loan for undergraduate students who are Georgia residents. These loans are administered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC).