Law School Loans, Medical Student loans


Law school students and medical school students have turned to private student loans after getting as much Federal Aid as possible as these Students tend to be less of a credit risk and are also on track to getting paid very well! The lenders most often requested by Law and Med Students include:

Chase Private Student Loans - Need money for school expenses not covered by federal loans or other aid? You could get a private student loan from $1,000 to $40,000 per academic year for such items as

  • Tuition
  • Room and Board
  • Computer, Books
  • Other College expenses

As you determine the best way to finance your education, you should consider the full range of student financial aid options available. Private loans, like the Chase Private Student Loan, can be used when federal loans, grants and other forms of financial aid are not sufficient to cover the full cost of education.

Some school loans for law, pre-med, medical school, graduate and professional students offer flexible borrowing terms, including no income or payment requirements during school.

Act Private Student Loans - Borrow up to $40,000 per year. No Repayment until after graduation. Funds sent straight to you in as few as 5 business days.

Some other lenders, allow law, medical, and dental students to borrow additional college funds beyond cost of attendance limits. Interest rates and fees may vary, depending on your school and whether or not you apply with a co-signer. Students are advised to compare several private student lenders and compare features, options & benefits.

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