Non Traditional Student Loans
As the value of a college degree increases, more and more adults are going back
to college. Indeed, 90 million individuals participate in some type of adult education
every yeara and many colleges have structured programs
specific to adult learners. A surprising 40% of college students in the United States
are 25 years of age or older.
As a result, non-traditional students are looking for non-traditional student loans
to help them pay their bills. In some cases, non-traditional students may be able
to borrow from the federal Stafford loan program. Be sure to check with your school’s
financial aid office to determine if you can use a Stafford loan to pay for your
non-traditional education. If you need additional financing support to supplement
your Stafford loan, consider a private student loan.
A Think Student Loan can be used for many types of non-traditional education. If
you are searching for a non-traditional student loan, search our school list to
determine if a Think Student Loan can be used at your school.