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What is a student loan?

A student loan is a type of debt that is borrowed from a financial institution to pay for education expenses, such as tuition and fees, room and board, books, and other supplies. Most student loans are backed by the United States government. You may be interested in: – What is the interest rate on my student loan? – How do I reduce the amount I owe on my student debt? – What are some alternatives to student loans?

What Happens to my Student Loan Payment if I’m on a

Federally-Sponsored Student Loan? If you are currently enrolled in school and receiving a federally-sponsored student loan, your loan payments will continue while you are in school. However, if you amen despite residency at an institution of higher education other than the U.S. Military Academy or U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, you must declare yourself a resident for federal financial aid purposes before making any loan payments. Once you have declared residency, your loans become eligible for lender-generated monthly billing instead of PAID IN FULL billing from the government.