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How do I apply for an Alternative Loan?
Does Ventura College require that I file a FAFSA?
Yes, Ventura College requires that you file a FAFSA application and complete your financial aid file. Alternative Loans will NOT be processed without a completed financial aid file. FAFSA applications can be filed electronically at www.fafsa.gov.
Ventura College’s Federal School Code is 001334.
How much can I borrow?
Generally, the minimum alternative loan amount you can request is $1,000. The maximum you can borrow is your Cost of Attendance (COA) minus any financial aid, which includes Direct Loans. The amount borrowed cannot exceed the student’s budget, or cost of attendance, as determined by the school.
Is there a deadline to apply?
Yes, you must apply by the following deadlines:
Fall Loans- November 27, 2013
Can I be denied for an alternative loan?
Yes, as alternative loans are credit-based loans. If denied, contact your lender for information concerning any resolution options available to you.
What is the enrollment requirement for an alternative loan?
How will I receive my Alternative Loan Funds?At Ventura College, Alternative Loans are processed via paper check. You will receive an email when your check is ready to be picked up at the Student Business Office.