Summer 2014 Sessions

In order to use the Federal Direct Student Loan Program, students must :
  • Be currently enrolled and working toward a degree or certificate at Marywood University.
  • Have on file a FAFSA for the 2013-2014 academic year
  • First time borrowers must complete Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note at www.studentloans.gov(opens in new window)
  • Register for a minimum of 6 credits (undergraduates) or 4.5 credits (graduates) over the course of Summer 1 and Summer 2
Loan eligibility is based on standard budget amounts. If you have additional costs you would like to have considered for inclusion in your budget, you must submit documentation with this form. First time borrowers must complete Entrance Counseling and a Master Promissory Note at www.studentloans.gov (opens in new window).
Deadline to have loans available for the start of classes: April 19, 2014

Late applications will be processed as they are received.
Request Form

First Name Last Name
Birthdate Social Security Number
Email Address

For the Federal Student Loan program, typical amounts for summer are:

Check the financial aid programs for which you are applying:
Federal Direct Student Loan
Federal Direct Plus: Parent Plus
Federal Direct Plus: Grad Plus
Alternative Loan:

A suggested lender list for Alternative Loans is available at www.elmselect.com(opens in new window)

PA State Grant: (A separate PA Grant application must be completed and submitted to PHEAA. You will receive award notification directly from PHEAA To apply: http://www.pheaa.org/funding-opportunities/state-grant-program/summer-grant-program.shtml (opens in new window)

Deadline to have loans available for the start of classes: April 19, 2014
Late applications will be processed as they are received.

I intend to register for the following number of credits during:
Summer Session 1 Summer Session II
Grade Level
Housing Status
Expected Date of Graduation:
Month Year

Will you receive funding from any of the following sources during the loan term? If yes, please select one or more options:

Pennsylvania State Grant
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR)
Marywood Personnel Tuition Benefits – 50%
Marywood Personnel tuition Benefits – 100%
Diocesan Teacher Reduction – 50%
Religious/Clergy Reduction – 30%
Senior Citizen Discount
Your employer (please specify the amount):

Grad PLUS or Parent PLUS Loan eligibility is based on standard budget amounts. If you have additional costs you would like to have considered for inclusion in your budget, you must submit the items and cost for the summer loan term here:

BY CLICKING ON "SEND FORM" I AUTHORIZE PERSONNEL FROM THE OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID TO CERTIFY FEDERAL STUDENT LOANS ON MY BEHALF.

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