How much money can one borrow for student loans?

Answer The maximum amount of federal student loans, including undergraduate and professional graduates, is $138,000, including subsidized (need based) and unsubsidized (non-need based) loans. Certain hea... Read More »

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How much total can you borrow as a grad student in student loans?

As of 2010, the largest total amount that graduate students can borrow under the federal Stafford loan program is $138,500, no more than $65,500 of which can come from subsidized funds. Any Staffor... Read More »

How much does the average college student borrow in loans?

According to FinAid, the average amount for student loans for a four-year undergraduate degree was $23,186 in 2008. This amount excluded loans taken out by parents, called PLUS loans. Almost two-... Read More »

How much money can a student borrow for a student loan?

A post-secondary education is one of the most valuable assets in the workplace, but it's also one of the most expensive. Most students will need to borrow money to finance a career school, college ... Read More »

What about people who have student loans and didnt recieve there tax money because of money owed?

what about it? you agreed to pay back the govt for the loans and now they are keeping it as repayment. this helps you, now you owe them a little bit less