Top will let you know when the first payment is due.
The College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is one of the most proactive state-sanctioned agencies for making federal and private student loans a reality for in-state students and parents.
But if you're in the process of planning for college, CFNC offers a variety of products, services and information, including: In general, there are three types of student loans available to you: federal student loan programs, state-funded student loans, and private loans through banks and other lenders, which are not affiliated with any government or educational entities.
Top cannot be transferred to the student through consolidation.
Therefore, a student who is applying for loan consolidation cannot include the PLUS loan the parent took out for the dependent student’s education.
Unfortunately, CFNC has announced that changes in federal rules, combined with unfavorable credit markets due to the recession, caused the Extra Education Loan's suspension as of February 1, 2010.
The good news is that CFNC plans to reinstate this loan program if improving conditions permit them to do so.
You can learn much more about the federal student loan programs on this page.
The CFNC used to offer an affordable alternative student loan, called the Extra Education Loan.
You can make payments online through your CFNC account or find helpful information on topics like how to meet your payments, what happens if you're having trouble repaying a loan, and how to make sure your financial aid travels with you when you change schools.