If you do not want to receive more than one federal student loan under the same MPN, you must notify your school or your loan servicer in writing each academic year. Direct PLUS Loans are loans available to parents of dependent undergraduate students to help pay for educational expenses up to the cost of attendance minus all other financial assistance. Parents completing an electronic PLUS MPN or applying for a PLUS loan must use their own FSA ID, and not their child's FSA ID.Your school's financial aid office will be notified of the completion and will contact you if further action is needed. Direct PLUS Loans are loans available to graduate/professional students to help pay for educational expenses up to the cost of attendance minus all other financial assistance. Graduate students should request unsubsidized loans up to their full eligibility.If you did not apply for a PLUS loan on this Web site, the Loan/Award Identification Number may be obtained from the school.
You can complete both the MPN and apply for a PLUS loan at this site. Contact the school's financial aid office as soon as possible to let them know whether you plan to pursue a Direct PLUS Loan by obtaining an endorser or submitting documentation of extenuating circumstances.If PLUS Credit Counseling is completed voluntarily and you're determined to have an adverse credit history by the U. Department of Education within 30 days of PLUS Credit Counseling completion, your PLUS Credit Counseling requirement will be considered to be fulfilled.To apply for an Income-Driven Repayment Plan, you can complete an online Income-Driven Repayment Plan Request or a Direct Consolidation Loan application on Student at no cost to you.You may be able to borrow under this one MPN for all academic years of graduate/professional study.If you're a parent whose child is attending a school that is authorized and chooses to make multiple loans under the same MPN for more than one academic year, you may be required to sign only one MPN for all of your Direct PLUS Loans.