The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office reserves the right to determine whether to make a loan available after assessing eligibility and other factors that may affect the student’s registration or ability to repay the loan. This determination of eligibility is subject to verification of the information provided in the application and the university’s records. The maximum loan amount is established each semester by the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office and is subject to change without notice.
Instant payday loans are a short-term loan, often borrowed as small amounts like $500 or less. Such loans are generally due on one’s next payday. The cost of the loan may range from $10 to $30 for every $100 borrowed. The rates of interest are invariably high for all payday loans. The total principal, plus the interest accumulated and the loan fee is required to be paid back at the end of the loan term. Most borrowers are unable to do so and that causes the loan to roll over into a new loan with a new loan fee.
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