Loans for Students
You may be able to take advantage of a variety of student loan programs. Typically these programs offer low-interest rates and repayment plans designed with students in mind. In many cases, you will not have to start repaying these loans until after you have graduated or left school, and you may be able to defer interest payments as well.
Most students who apply for financial aid are offered some loans that are funded by the federal government. These loans are typically included in your Financial Aid Package.
For those accepting the Federal Direct Loans (DL) – Subsidized, Unsubsidized, and/or Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS),
- All Direct Loan borrowers will be required to view and confirm their loan balance for each award year starting 2020-2021 forward before a new loan can be disbursed. Confirmation will be needed in addition to other requirements before Harvey Mudd College disburses DL funds. More information about this process is available at studentaid.gov.
- The anticipated Fall disbursement date is during the first week of October. The anticipated Spring disbursement date is during the first week of February.
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- Direct Loan Exit Counseling Guide (PDF)
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- Understanding Your Financial Aid Package (PDF)
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- Contact Financial Aid
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