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Direct PLUS Loan Requests for Pre-approval

Parent PLUS Loan Requests

Parents of undergraduate students may request pre-approval for a Direct PLUS loan by submitting the Parent PLUS Loan Request form. The form should be submitted to the UIW Office of Financial Assistance (OFA) in person, via fax (210-283-5053) or mail (4301 Broadway, CPO 308, San Antonio, TX 78209).

2012-2013 Parent PLUS Loan Request Form (Summer 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013) 

Once submitted, the UIW OFA will process the credit request and follow up with the parent, if necessary, to complete any necessary requirements. Parents who are approved for their first Direct PLUS loan will need to sign their Direct PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN) at http://www.studentloans.gov after notified by the OFA to do so via email, mail or telephone (generally 2-3 days after the initial credit approval).

While the MPN is required only once, a new request form is required each year the parent wishes to borrow a loan, as well as each time an increase is requested for a current year.

Graduate PLUS Loan Requests

Graduate students may request pre-approval for a Direct Graduate PLUS loan by submitting the Graduate PLUS Loan Request form. The form should be submitted to the UIW Office of Financial Assistance (OFA) in person, via fax (210-283-5053) or mail (4301 Broadway, CPO 308, San Antonio, TX 78209).

2012-2013 Graduate PLUS Loan Request Form (Summer 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013)

Once submitted, the UIW OFA will process the credit request and follow up with the student, if necessary, to complete any necessary requirements. Students who are approved for their first Direct Graduate PLUS loan will need to sign their Direct PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN) at http://www.studentloans.gov after notified by the OFA to do so via email, mail or telephone (generally 2-3 days after the initial credit approval).

While the MPN is required only once, a new request form is required each year the student wishes to borrow a Graduate PLUS loan, as well as each time an increase is requested for a current year.

Last update 06/07/2012


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