General Loan Forms
- Direct Loan Entrance Counseling - Before receiving a student loan, borrowers must complete an Entrance Interview.
This quick and easy interactive counseling session provides useful tips and tools
to help you develop a budget for managing your educational expenses and helps you
to understand your loan responsibilities. The Entrance Interview must be completed electronically. You may visit our office, a computer lab, or use your personal computer to complete
the electronic Entrance Interview.
- Direct Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN)- The Master Promissory Note (MPN) must be completed before receiving a student loan.
The MPN outlines your rights and responsibilities as a borrower. The MPN must be completed electronically. You may visit our office, a computer lab, or use your personal computer to complete
the electronic MPN.
- Direct GRAD PLUS Loan Application - Used to apply for a direct GRAD PLUS loan. This loan is only available to graduate
- Direct Parent PLUS Loan Application - The PLUS loan is a low variable interest rate loan made available to parents of
a dependent undergraduate student. Parents will generally be required to pass a credit
check when applying for the PLUS loan.
- Eligible Borrower Form - This form is to be completed if you have loans discharged because of a total and
permanent disability and would like to receive additional federal student loans.
- Physician's Statement For Permanent Disability - This form is to be completed by a physician if a borrower who has had a prior loan
discharged due to total and permanent disability to receive a new loan.
- Private Education Loan Self-Certification Form - This is not a required form; however students interested in private loans may print
this form and ask the Office of Financial Aid to complete. The completed form must
be submitted to the lender.
- Notification of Overlapping Loans for Transfer Students - This is form is used when the Department of Education indicates a student has a
current Federal Direct Loan at another institution.
Fall 2021, Spring 2022, and Summer 2022
Fall 2020, Spring 2021, and Summer 2021