MIT Student Financial Services Loans

Graduate and Professional Student Loans

Graduate students who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible for all education loan programs. International students may borrow from private sources, but not from federal programs.

Student loans based on need

Because these loans are based on financial need, you must file a financial aid application to be considered.

Student loans not based on need

You have to apply for these loans, but there are no financial need guidelines to qualify.

Federal Loans:

Important Sites

Loan exit counseling
If you borrowed a Federal Direct Stafford Loan, Federal Perkins Loan or Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan, you are required by federal law and MIT policy complete an exit interview online before graduation. If you borrowed an MIT Technology Loan, contact your loan counselor to schedule an exit interview. Required reading: the SFS loan exit counseling guide.

Loan entrance counseling
For Federal Direct Loans visit StudentLoans.gov to complete loan entrance counseling and sign a master promissory note. For Federal Perkins Loans visit iPROMise to complete loan counseling and sign a master promissory note.

Campus Partners
Campus Partners handles billing and payment for Federal Perkins Loans and MIT Technology Loans.

StudentLoans.gov
StudentLoans.gov handles billing and payment for Federal Direct Loans and Graduate PLUS Loans.

Loan payment calculator

Estimate your loan payments.

Compare loans

These two printable charts can help you compare loans available to undergraduates and their families, and loans available to graduate students.

View Undergraduate loans

View Graduate loans
 
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