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    How do I choose a loan program?

    To help students evaluate loan programs available to fund the cost of attendance, Harvard Law School has developed a Preferred Lender List that we believe offers competitive pricing, good borrower benefits and strong customer service. The information below covers many of the factors you should consider in evaluating your loan options. Remember that choosing a loan program is a personal decision; only you know how important each factor is to you.

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    Loan Sources and Citizenship Requirements
    Total Repayment Cost
    Fixed or Variable Interest Rate
    Loan Fees
    Repayment Term
    Annual Loan Limit
    Deferment and Forbearance
    Credit Requirements
    Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)
    LIPP Considerations
    Other Considerations
    “Federal loans” are offered by the U.S. Federal government. “Private loans” are offered by private banks and lending institutions. Your citizenship status determines the loan program(s) through which you can borrow.

    U.S. citizens and permanent resident students can borrow through any of the Federal and/or private loan programs on the HLS Preferred Lender List for Domestic Students.
    International students are not eligible for Federal loans, but can borrow through the private loan programs on the HLS Preferred Lender List for International Students without obtaining a U.S. co-applicant. Residents of India could also consider borrowing through Credila Financial Services. There are also Canadian Student Loans for students from Canada.
    Students attending HLS are not required to borrow from the lenders on the Preferred Lender List, and can borrow through any qualified student loan program.

    What if I need more help?
    What if I need more help?
    If you have questions about loan options, the application procedure, or anything else related to loan selection, please contact us!

    J.D. students can contact J.D. Student Financial Services with questions.

    LL.M. and S.J.D. students can contact the Graduate Program Financial Aid Office with questions.

    While the information we provide here and on the Preferred Lender List is intended help you make your borrowing decisions, under the Student Loan Code of Conduct we cannot tell you which loan program you should choose. You are not required to borrow from the lenders on the Preferred Lender List, and you may choose to borrow from any student loan source.

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    Well there are many options

    Well there are many options you can look for, you can ask a friend or google for some options. I opted for a loan service when i was buying a condo in toronto and it was a crucial decision that i made at the right time.

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