NCU Catalog - May 2016 
    
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NCU Catalog - May 2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Additional Assistance Options


Tribal Funding

Northcentral University participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs and in completing Tribal Funding Need Analysis Forms, follows the guidelines stated in Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA). As an online university, Northcentral University uses tuition costs only as its estimated cost of attendance calculation. Grants, scholarships, Northcentral University partnership discounts, or any other forms of tuition reduction will affect the estimated cost of attendance calculation.

Private Education Loan Information

A private education loan is a non-Federal Student Aid (FSA) loan that is made to a borrower expressly for postsecondary education expenses, regardless of whether the loan is provided through the educational institution that the student attends or directly to the borrower from the private educational lender. In either case, borrowers should know that they may qualify for FSA loans or other assistance from FSA programs, and that the terms and conditions of a FSA loan may be more favorable than the provisions of private education loans. Accordingly, Northcentral University (NCU) encourages students needing financial aid to pay for their education to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine their eligibility for FSA. NCU may certify a student’s private education loan in situations where a student may not be immediately eligible for a FSA loan.

NCU does not participate in a preferred lender arrangement with private education loan lenders, but those lenders that will make loans available to NCU students or parents can be viewed on the FASTChoice website at https://choice.fastproducts.org/FastChoice/home/3813300/1. NCU does not endorse these lenders. Borrowers can choose to use any private education loan lender that will make loans to the borrower for attendance at NCU, but many private education loan lenders require a credit check. This means that lenders look at borrowers’ financial history to determine if they can approve a loan, and if so, what terms they will offer the borrower.