Heading back to grad school and wondering how to pay for it all? Here are the four best loans courtesy of U.S. News. Just make sure you borrow responsibly!
A federal loan administered by individual schools for low income students. The interest rate is 5% and the government subsidizes the interest while you're in school.
A subsidized loan evaluated by the government based on the information in your FAFSA. The interest rate is capped at 6.8% and interest does not begin accruing until you have completed school.
Awarded to almost every graduate student who applies, the interest rate is capped at 6.8% and students do not have to begin repayment as long as they're enrolled at least part-time. The catch? Interest does accrue while you're in school.
If you still need assistance, the Grad PLUS loans have an interest rate of 7.9% and require a credit check.