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At Norwich University, all students who apply are evaluated in terms of eligibility for merit-based scholarships. This includes his or her high school grade-point average (GPA) and highest score from the ACT or SAT standardized tests. The two factors are weighed together to determine eligibility.
Loans allow students and their parents to borrow money to augment scholarships and grants. As part of funding options at Norwich, you may wish to consider a William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan, a Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS), or an alternative loan.
- William D. Ford Federal Direct Loans – The Federal Direct Loan program makes low-interest loans available to students to help pay the costs of attending post-secondary school.
- Federal Parent Load for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) – This is a federal loan program that allows parents of dependent undergraduate students to take out a loan to cover the different between the student aid package and the actual costs of the university.
- Alternative Loans – Alternative, or private, loans are commercial loans offered by banks and other private lenders.
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