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Loan terms $50,000 (Loan limit up to 25%of borrower’s net monthly income if earns $60,000 per year or less.)
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265 Grant Smith Road No. 102, Roseburg, OR 97470

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3849 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97202

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Portland

347 NW Garden Valley Boulevard, Roseburg, OR 97470

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10763 SW Greenburg Road No. 100, Portland, OR 97223

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Portland

1457 Se Stephens Street, Roseburg, OR 97470

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1705 Lancaster Drive NE No. 100, Salem, OR 97305

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16705 SE McLoughlin Boulevard, Portland, OR 97267

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400 Sw Court Avenue, Pendleton, OR 97801

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Frequently asked questions about online loans oregon

  • I want to take the post baccalaureate degree program in computer science that is offered by the Oregon State University ecampus. The program itself cost $27,000 and I believe that the only alternative would be to pay with a student loan. I live with my mother currently and I don't think that I can get the full cost as a lump sum. Is there anyway I can pay for this program other than scholarships?
  • This sounds suspect. I am suspicious. Is OSU a legitimate, accredited school, one that has a full campus but you want to attend online only? If not, do not pursue this. No Post-BS degree should cost $27,000. You should just take classes one at a time, and pay as you go. What degree do you have now?
  • Student loan.
  • No don't opt for online degrees because they do not have any value in job market
  • I've never used financial aid before and I'm not sure quite how it works. My major question is can I start using my financial aid winter term or do I have to start it during fall term? Here's my situation, my husband is in the military and we're living in Camp Pendleton right now. I'm from oregon and went to school while he was in Iraq the year of 2008. He might be going back to Iraq in Feb of 2010 so I was going to just go back home and go back to school. Schools in cali are starting or have started soon so I won't be able to apply and attend for fall term here. And going back to oregon isn't an option right now. I also haven't officially gotten my Student Aid Report back either. I'm questionable if I'll be able to use financial aid for just Winter, Spring and Summer term or am I just going to have to take out loans?
  • Every one who never haven't used financial aid feel the same way as you. You can get money for college many ways there are many grants which you don't need to pay such as FAFSA which you have submitted. You will get some money for sure from FAFSA. The institution where you are attending will recieve information and they will disburse the money to you once you start the classes. The FAFSA deadline for late submission is September so your just fine. You will get the aid report and will have the money for winter term. Also there are scholarships also so check with your financial aid office of the institution or search online. If you still need money then you can apply for loan which you can pay when you get a degree or while you study. Good Luck
  • Generally when you apply for financial aid there is amounts that you can use for fall term and another you can use for spring term, and if you got or qualified for anything, then a summer term. You can't not use fall terms and add that amount with spring terms or summer terms. The amount you get for a certain term can be used only for that term.
  • As soon as you are enrolled back in school fill out your FAFSA, this will ensure that you receive the necessary funds to attend school. It does not matter what semester it is, you will be able to receive the money you need regardless of the semester.
  • Im not quite sure but if im following what you said I'm in the same spot. If you find out will you let me know?
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