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Payment Options

After your aid has been finalized and credited to your bill, you will be responsible for the remaining balance. There are a number of options available:

Online Payment

E-check and credit card payments can be made in Student Finance section of GU Self-Service or at .

Cash/Check

Please make check payable to 麻豆果冻传媒官方入口 University and indicate the student ID number on the check.

Semester Payment Plan

A semester-based payment plan allows students and parents to defer up to $5,000 throughout the semester in monthly payments. There is an enrollment fee. Additional information about this plan can be found in the Student Finance section of GU Self Service.

Company/School District Reimbursement

If the student's employer or school district is providing reimbursement, a required down payment and Reimbursement Agreement must be submitted to the Cashier's Office.

For students who will receive tuition reimbursement from their employers, 麻豆果冻传媒官方入口 offers the following plans:

  • If your employer offers a 100% tuition reimbursement program, you may defer the balance of your tuition until 30 days after the end of the semester (45 days for school district reimbursement). A signed reimbursement form and $100 down payment is required by the semester bill due date. No interest will be charged.
  • If your employer offers a partial reimbursement program, you may defer your employer's portion of the tuition until 30 days after the end of the semester (45 days for school district reimbursement). A signed reimbursement form and payment for the amount not covered by your employer is required by the semester bill due date. No interest will be charged.

To utilize this deferment option, you must submit a signed Company Reimbursement Form or School District Reimbursement Form and your applicable down payment by the semester bill due date. Payment can be made on your student account in 麻豆果冻传媒官方入口 Self-Service. Forms are emailed to cashier001@gannon.edu.

Outside Scholarship

If the student's employer or school district is providing reimbursement, the required down payment and signed Reimbursement Agreement must be submitted to the Cashier's Office by the bill due date. You can download a Reimbursement Agreement from GU Self Service in the Student Finance Section.

PLUS Loans

This is a federal loan program in which graduate students and parents of dependent, undergraduate students may borrow up to the annual cost of education each year, less any other financial aid. Additional information can be found in this brochure.

Eligibility

Half- and full-time graduate students and parents of dependent undergraduate students can borrow. Approval is based on the borrower's creditworthiness. Student must have a current FASFA on file.

Interest Rate

The interest rate on PLUS Loans is a fixed rate established by the federal government July first, capped at 10.5%.

Tax Benefits

Interest paid during repayment may be tax deductible. Consult with your tax advisor for details.

Repayment

Up to 10 years, depending on amount borrowed. Borrowers may qualify for a deferment or forbearance.

Loan Fees

Origination fees are deducted from each disbursement.

Application Process

  • Borrower will need to log-in to the studentaid.gov website and complete the following items:
  • Apply for a PLUS: The borrower will need to provide information required to authorize a credit check as well as the amount he/she wishes to borrow. This application is required for each new loan.
  • PLUS Master Promissory Note (MPN): This is an agreement to repay the loan. The MPN is completed one time before the first loan is processed and is valid for 10 years.
  • Entrance Loan Counseling: Only required for graduate students borrowing the PLUS.

Private Educational Loans

Additional loans are available to students with credit-worthy cosigners or to credit-worthy parents/sponsors, and may borrow up to annual cost of education less all other financial aid.

Before borrowing a private education loan, you should carefully consider your present level of debt and repayment obligations on all loans. You may also want to utilize all federal loan options first, as federal loan terms and conditions may be more favorable than private education loans. Your federal student loan eligibility is indicated on your award notification.

Determine how much you will need to borrow by working out a budget for your educational costs and subtracting all your resources from those costs. Your ability to obtain private loan funding is largely based on your creditworthiness, and most student loan programs require a co-signer.

For a list of recommended lenders, please refer to . These lenders were researched by the Financial Aid Office and were selected based on availability of products, quality of customer service, on-line processing options, competitive interest rates and borrower benefits, and high ethical standards. Please note, you have the right to select any lender and any loan product of your choosing and the Financial Aid Office will process it in a timely manner.