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Student Loans and Federal Aid

Approximately 35 percent of SIPA students borrow student loans as part of their financing plan.  Among members of the graduating class of 2015 who borrowed, the average student loan debt incurred while in attendance at SIPA was approximately $71,200.  This section of the SIPA Financial Aid website is to help you learn about federal aid and student loan options, the application procedure, calculating the amount you are eligible to apply for, as well as repayment options, rights and responsibilities.

The SIPA Financial Aid Office staff understands that you are making a significant financial commitment by attending here, and we want to help you make educated choices about student loans as a means of financing your studies.  Please read this section carefully and contact us at any time if you have questions.

How to Apply
Types of Federal Aid Available
How to Calculate the Amount to Borrow
Student Loan Repayment
Calculating Your Monthly Payments
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
Other Loan Forgiveness Programs
Loan Consolidation
Deferring Previous Student Loans while You are Studying at SIPA