Step 1 - Calculate Your Annual Cost to Attend
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Enter the annual costs to attend the college of your choice. For multiple fees, use the itemize button to automatically calculate your totals.

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To help you determine the annual cost of attendance, please visit your school's Website for details.

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Step 2 - Calculate Your Gift Aid (Scholarships & Grants)
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Enter the total amount of gift aid awarded. For multiple awards, use the itemize button to automatically calculate your totals.

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By taking advantage of scholarships and grants, you reduce the overall cost of attending school.

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Step 3 - Calculate Your Financial Contributions
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Enter the amounts of savings and income you plan to contribute for the school year.

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To help keep your borrowing to a minimum, consider tapping into your savings and other forms of financial contributions.

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Step 4 - Review Your Student Loan Options
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Once you exhaust free money, family contributions, savings and wages, consider federal and private student loans. Student loans are designed to pick up where grants, scholarships and other types of financial aid leave off.

If you need more money to cover your costs, explore federal and private student loans to help finance your education.

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Always consider federal student loans first if you need to borrow. Federal loans feature fixed interest rates and a variety of repayment options. To assess if you are eligible for federal student loans, see the Award Letter from your school.

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Here is how much you may need to borrow in private loans:

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Student Loan

Note: This student loan calculator does not use the official formula used by the US Department of Education to calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). As a result, these estimates may differ from the official EFC. We do not guarantee its accuracy or applicability to your circumstance, and we encourage you to consult a qualified professional.