Federal Aid First
Information on Federal Education Loans and Private Education Loans

This new brochure explains why students who are looking to borrow money for college should apply for loans from the federal government first, before seeking assistance from private lenders. Included are brief explanations of the differences between federal and private education loans, as well as the various kinds of federal loans and the amounts of funds available. Because federal loans generally offer borrowers lower interest rates and have more flexible repayment options, students are urged to complete the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).

See the Federal Aid First brochure or order copies.

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Last Modified: 03/14/2008