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University of North Carolina School of the Arts

Private Student Loans for University of North Carolina School of the Arts

Students attending University of North Carolina School of the Arts are eligible to apply for a private student loan from the Student Loan Network, to cover the true cost of education. With limited federal aid, there is a widening gap between the cost of college and a student's ability to afford it. If your struggling for extra cash to pay for school, consider a Private Student Loan.

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University of North Carolina School of the Arts General Information

University of North Carolina School of the Arts is a public, 4-year or above school located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. There may be one or more University of North Carolina School of the Arts private student loan programs available.

University of North Carolina School of the Arts
1533 South Main St,
Winston-Salem,
North Carolina 27117-2189
Federal Aid
Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Stafford Loan) or scholarships. Students will not be eligible for federal aid without completing the FAFSA. Here is a link to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts FAFSA School Code.
Expenses for 2013-2014*
Tuition Out-of-State: $18,415
Total Expenses: $31,158
Degrees Offered
Bachelor's Degree
Master's Degree

Type of Institution
Public, 4-year or above
Special Focus Institutions--Schools of art, music, and design
University of North Carolina School of the Arts Private Student Loans can be used for the following programs
Visual And Performing Arts
Other.
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*Admissions, Expenses, Majors and General information provided on schools utilize publicly released data from the National Center for Education Statistics, IPEDS database: Institutional Characteristics 2013-2014, Enrollments Fall 2013, and Student Financial Aid 2013-2014.

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