Loans can be an important part of a student’s paying-for-college strategy. Georgia State offers educational loans from a variety of sources, including federal, state, private, commercial and institutional. We understand that borrowing for one’s education is an important investment in the future. We encourage our families to borrow wisely and to work with our financial aid counselors to ensure no more debt than is necessary and manageable is taken.
Georgia State University’s Cohort Default Rate (CDR) for federal loans is below the national average and can be found here.
The Student Financial Management Center and the Offices of Student Accounts and Financial Aid are available to assist you despite the office physical closure. View Panther Answer to contact us.
Student Financial Management Center is using Virtual Advising Appointments to assist students with questions regarding financial aid and student accounts. Please click below to schedule an appointment.