Loans are a common tool for Jenkins MBA students who want to finance their education. Ranging from federal education loans to private loans--there are many different lending options for students. We've listed a few on this page. However, students are encouraged to research additional means of support to ensure they are prepared to meet their financial needs.
The U.S. Department of Education offers low-interest loans to eligible students to help cover the cost of college or career school. Students may be eligible to receive subsidized and unsubsidized loans based on their financial need. (Some people refer to these loans as Stafford Loans or Direct Stafford Loans.)
- Long-term, low-interest federal loans, including Federal Stafford Loans
- Require students to be: U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens with demonstrated need; Full-time or Professional MBA students taking a minimum of 4.5 credit hours per semester.
For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid or call 919.515.2421.
Canadian Higher Education Loan Program
Canadian students who want to study abroad in the US may be eligible for international student loans that will help cover up to the total cost of your education. For more information, visit the CanHELP website.
CommonBond was founded in 2012 to help address the challenges many students face when navigating the student loan process. Their approach includes lower rates, simpler options, and a world-class experience—all built to support the student throughout their student loan journey. For more information, visit the CommonBond website.
JELF (Jewish Educational Loan Fund)
JELF provides interest-free, last dollar loans to Jewish students in need for their higher education. For more information, visit the JELF website.