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The financial aid newsletter is now online! Go to CCAFINANCIALAID.BLOGSPOT.COM for updates about scholarships, news, budgeting tips, scam alerts, and more, plus the opportunity to let us know your thoughts and questions, all year ‘round. You can also sign up for e-mail updates, so you’re the first to know any time we’ve got something to share.

Lender options:

You may do your own search for a private lender.

You may access a list of lenders selected by Cornish students in the last three years at ELMSelect

 

The Financial Aid office at Cornish will work with your lender of choice.

 

What is a private loan?

A private loan is an option to cover your educational costs after federal loans.

A private loan is a non-federal loan issued by a lender such as a bank or credit union. 

A private loan requires a credit check of the student borrower and co-borrower.

A private loan is a viable option to cover direct costs but is generally more expensive than federal loans with terms varying by lender and loan product.

 

Instructions:

Exercise caution when selecting a lender and loan product.

Contact your selected lender for technical or processing difficulty.

  • Click on Scholarship Search.
  • Select a scholarship category. 
  • Generate Report  or click on scholarship link to apply.


Tutorial (sample - update coming soon)