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Section D -- "Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program Information"

AwardYear: 1994-1995
Edition: PostSecondary
Part: 3 - - Filling Out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
SectionNumber:
SectionTitle: Section D -- "Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program Information"

PageNumbers: 67


PURPOSE: THIS SECTION COLLECTS INFORMATION THAT
MAY BE USED TO ASSIST IN PROCESSING STUDENTS WHO
ARE APPLYING FOR FEDERAL FAMILY EDUCATION
LOANS. STATE AGENCIES AND GUARANTY AGENCIES
CAN APPLY TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO
RECEIVE THIS INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS FROM THEIR
STATE. IN ADDITION, THE CPS WILL BE CHECKING THE
ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS FOR CONSISTENCY WITH
THE REST OF THE INFORMATION ON THE APPLICATION.
ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS IN THIS SECTION DOES NOT
COMMIT THE STUDENT TO ACCEPT A STUDENT LOAN
NOR DOES IT GUARANTEE THAT THE STUDENT IS
ELIGIBLE FOR A STUDENT LOAN.

Information about Federal Stafford Loans, Federal SLS Loans,
Federal PLUS Loans, and Federal Consolidation Loans is included
in this section. If the student has attended more than one college, he
or she should include all student loans received at each college. If
the student received more than one loan during a school year, he or
she should be sure to include the total amount borrowed for that
year. If the student has made any payments, he or she should
subtract the total principal repaid from the amount borrowed. If the
student has not received a student loan, or if he or she has repaid all
of the student loan(s), the student should enter "0." (Note: Federal
SLS Loans was included on the application, and the application
went to print before the Department knew Federal SLS Loans would
be repealed.)

Last Modified: 02/19/1998