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The Federal Student Aid Programs are the largest source of college financial assistance, each year providing billions of dollars in funding. They offer aid through a variety of methods: as gift aid in the form of grants (money that does not have to be repaid), and as self-help aid in the form of work study (job earnings) and loans (money that must be paid back at interest). The FSA programs comprise:
The last three - FWS, Perkins Loans, and FSEOG - are known collectively as the Campus-Based Programs. Loans through the DL Program come directly from the U.S. government, while loans through the FFEL Program come from private lenders such as banks.
The institutional eligibility regulations define three types of eligible institutions — institutions of higher education, proprietary institutions of higher education, and postsecondary vocational institutions. Under the three definitions, a school is eligible to participate in all the FSA programs provided the school offers the appropriate type of eligible program.
For information concerning Private Loan sources, go to the Financial Aid page on this web site.
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