Federal Direct Stafford Loan www.studentloans.gov
Complete entrance counseling, apply for a Federal Direct Stafford Loan or a Federal Direct PLUS loan. This website also has a section for you to keep track of your student loans and a frequent asked questions section that can help to answer your questions.
You Can Deal With It (AES) Website www.youcandealwithit.com
Provides tools and resources for keeping track of your student loan Access a student loan calculator
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/
Keep track of your loans including the current status at your current and previous institutions. It should be noted that once a student or parent borrows a Federal Direct Loan, the loan information will be transmitted to NSLDS.
Johnson Colleges Title IV code: 014734
Link to all school codes: www.ed.gov/offices/osfap/students/apply/search.html
Admitted students who complete the financial aid application by March 1 will receive priority in funding. If you have questions about the FAFSA call toll free 1-800-433-3243.
Helpful Links for Financial Aid information
www.fafsa.ed.gov – complete the FAFSA online
College Answer https://www.salliemae.com/college-planning/ – is the Internet’s premier guide to college admissions and financial aid. It offers advice and tools to expedite, simplify, and optimize the admissions and financial aid processes.”
www.finaid.org – general financial aid information
www.fastweb.com – outside scholarship search
Johnson College is proud to offer tuition payment plan options in partnership with Tuition Management Systems.
For costs and schedules or to enroll, call 1-888-210-5765 or click here: www.afford.com/johnson
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