Loans are always a second option after pursuing scholarship opportunities. The subpages of this section provide details on Federal Loan and private loan options.
We require students who borrow over $100,000 in student loans to take advantage of one of the loan repayment counseling opportunities offered during their final term of enrollment.
Effective October 2, 2008, the only loan programs from U.S. financial institutions available to International students almost exclusively require a credit-worthy U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident co-signer. The Haas School of Business has borrowing options for international students; please refer to the appropriate subpage.
A Note on Disbursements
The Executive MBA program is grouped into its own academic year. Please note that the final term borrowing capacity is subject to change based on living expense estimates. Standard disbursements based on type of loan will be as follows. Total financial aid capacity is $177,590 minus other aid received. Refer to the International Loan subpage for applicable information.
|Federal Borrowing||Summer 2015||Fall 2015||Spring 2016||Summer 2016||Fall 2016||Total|
|Federal Direct Loan||$4,100||$4,100||$4,100||$4,100||$4,100||$20,500|
|Federal Grad PLUS||$31,270||$31,455||$31,455||$31,455||$31,455||$157,090|
|Total Federal Option||$35,370||$35,555||$35,555||$35,555||$35,555||$177,590|
|Private Borrowing||Summer 2015||Fall 2015||Spring 2016||Summer 2016||Fall 2016||Total|
Loan disbursements will credit to your CARS account and pay any outstanding charges. If a balance remains, a refund will be directly deposited into your bank account if you have signed up for EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer).
The Haas Financial Aid Office does not receive, and will not accept, inducements from lenders or the government in exchange for inclusion on a private loan comparison chart or in exchange for promoting their loans on our website; nor does the Haas School share in the profits from lenders on our preferred lender list.