Middle Tennessee State University wants students to receive all of the grants and apply for as many scholarships they can receive each academic year. Despite this, student loans may still be needed to help cover remaining educational expenses throughout their time in college. For this reason, Middle Tennessee State University offers assistance for various types of student and parent-based loans.
Loans, unlike grants, federal work-study, or scholarships are
borrowed funds that must be repaid. Failure to pay will damage your
credit rating and hinder you from receiving other federal financial
aid assistance in the future. Budgeting is very important when
considering how much to borrow, so make sure you and your family
have set realistic borrowing levels so you will be able to repay
your student loans after you graduate.
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