At Clark University, we realize that preferences and needs for additional resources for financing your education are as individual as each student.
We encourage families to consider ways to pay for educational costs that best fit their needs. Below are some suggestions you can review to determine what fits your personal financial situation.
Loan repayments have resumed, please log into www.studentaid.gov with your FSA ID to find more information about repayment options and to work with your lenders.
We recommend that you borrow for the cost of the entire academic year, not one semester as a time. Loans should be secured no later than one week prior to the billing due date to allowing time for processing and avoid late fees, interest charges and cancelled registrations. Private student loan certification will begin in June.
Please click here to access the Undergraduate Loan Comparison Tool for Students.
Please click here to access the Undergraduate Loan Comparison Tool for Parents.
The Federal Direct PLUS Loan is a Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students reserved for the parent of a dependent, undergraduate student. The lender is the federal government. The interest rate and origination fee is reset each July 1st for the upcoming academic year. Apply online here. During the 2022-2023 academic year, 141 Federal Direct PLUS Loans were borrowed with an average loan of $18,846.