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alert icon All campuses of Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College are closed Tuesday, January 16, 2018 due to inclement weather conditions.   For general assistance during this time, please contact the Go KCTCS! Student Service Center at 855-246-2482. 

Steps to Borrow a Student Loan

To borrow a student loan, you must:

  • File your FAFSA, and complete your financial aid file at SKYCTC;
  • Meet all SKYCTC Admission requirements;
  • Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress and;
  • Enroll (and remain enrolled) for at least 6 credit hours in the term for which you are borrowing the student loan.

Steps to Process a Student Loan:

  1. Complete the Online Loan Entrance Counseling(EC) and electronically sign your Master Promissory Note (MPN) at www.studentloans.gov using your FSA ID you used to sign your FAFSA. Loan funds cannot be disbursed until both have been completed
  2. Once your financial aid file has been completed at SKYCTC, to borrow student loans you will complete the following steps:
    • Log into your KCTCS Student Self-Service by going to https://southcentral.kctcs.edu
    • Click on the Financial Aid tile
    • Click on FA Loan Request
    • Verify your phone number and address.
    • Read and Agree to the important information regarding your student loans.
    • Enter the amount of student loans you need for the academic year. This amount will be split for Fall/Spring so be sure to project what you need for BOTH semesters.
    • Once submitted you will be taken back you your main self-service screen and the loan request form will no longer be available for viewing.

You can view the Department of Education publication "Your Federal Student Loans: Learn the Basics and Manage Your Debt" for more information on borrowing loans. This booklet will help borrowers understand the federal student loan process and help make informed decisions about student loans.

*The Terms and Conditions and the Rights and Responsibilities of Federal Student Loans are listed on the Master Promissory Note (MPN), which is signed by the borrower who is accepting the loan. This MPN also provides a sample loan repayment schedule and the necessity for repaying any loans you borrow.