Short Term Loan Program
REGISTRATION FEES MUST BE PAID PRIOR TO APPLYING FOR THIS LOAN. The purpose of the Short Term Loan Program is to assist students in meeting temporary short term financial needs. Short Term Loans are awarded on a first come, first served basis. Submitting an application is not a guarantee that the loan will be approved. Short Term Loans are available for current SDSU students and continuing students.
NOTE: All applicants
must be enrolled at SDSU (Not Extended
Studies).Ensure that you read the application packet
for required documentation. Incomplete applications will not be
1. A photo ID card will be required to accept an application.
1. Download an application packet from our Forms
Website or pickup an application packet in the Student Account Services
Services Rm 2536). Follow the directions in the packet and return
the completed application in person to Student
Account Services. Any incomplete information will cause delays in the
approval process for your loan. (NOTE: You
must bring your application in person, no faxed applications will be accepted).
Major Reasons for Denial are:
a. Incomplete Application b. Inadequate resources to repay loan
c. Poor credit history d. Any outstanding debt owed to the University
e. Depleted loan funds
Payments can be made on-line or by mail. Payment will be deducted automatically from the student's financial aid, if repayment source is from expected financial aid. For other repayment sources, payment must be made in accordance with the payment schedule received at the time promissory note was signed. A billing statement notification will also be e-mailed to you prior to each due date. The short term loan will be billed in three monthly installments following the disbursement of the loan. You will receive the loan due dates when you pick up your short term loan.
Information on this Web site is subject to change without notice. Every effort is made to ensure that information is current and accurate. The statements found on this Web site are for informational purposes only.
This page last updated Dec. 07, 2010.