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Career Education Loan to Cover Flight Training Tuition and Fees

Career Education Loan to Cover Flight Training Tuition and FeesThere are a number of ways to get financing for your aviation school training. Most students apply for government loans whether they are veterans or not. There are many banking institutions that will provide assistance so you can make your dream of becoming a pilot a reality.

What’s the difference between a federal student loan and a private student loan?

Federal student loans have fixed interest rates and may include federally subsidized interest. Additionally, they have many flexible repayment and deferment options. Federal Stafford, PLUS and consolidation loans are now available solely from the Direct Loan program.

Private student loans, like the Chase Select loan, are designed to supplement federal loans when federal loans and other aid aren’t enough to cover the entire cost of your education. You should always consider exhausting your federal aid, grants or student loan options before applying for a private student loan.

Federal student loans are available to students and parents to help pay for college. They have fixed interest rates and may include federally subsidized interest. Additionally, they have many flexible repayment and deferment options. Federal Stafford, PLUS and consolidation loans are now available solely from the U.S. Department of Education’s Direct Loan program.

In order to apply for federal student aid, you must first fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). After your FAFSA is processed, your school will review the results and tell you the amount and types of financial aid you are eligible to receive.

Types of federal student loans include:

  • Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
  • Federal Direct PLUS loans (for parents and graduate or professional students)
  • Federal Direct Consolidation Loans
  • Federal Perkins Loans

For more information about federal student loans:

Contact your school’s financial aid office or visit http://www.studentaid.ed.gov, the U.S. Department of Education’s website about funding education beyond high school.

Visit  FAFSA for full information.

As one of the largest banks in the country, PNC is dedicated to helping you advance your education.

The PNC Solution Loan

  • Choose your interest rate option: variable or fixed rate
  • No application or origination fees
  • Get 0.50% off your rate with automated payments from your checking or savings
  • account1
  • A co-signer release option is available after the initial 48 consecutive on-time
  • monthly payments2
  • Receive a preliminary decision within minutes of applying online
  • Payments can be deferred while enrolled at least half time, or you may choose to
  • begin paying immediately to save on interest expense3
  • Take up to 15 years to repay3

Before you apply for loans, you should have:

  • completed and sent in your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1st
  • received an award letter from the school you plan to attend
  • researched grants, scholarships, federal loans, and work-study programs
Undergraduate Private Loan

Who It’s For: Undergraduate students who are enrolled at least half time in a degree program

Graduate/Professional Private Loan

Who It’s For: Graduate or professional students who are enrolled at least half time in a degree program

Career Education Loans

Aviator College’s Degree Program & Airline Professional Pilot Program are approved for a Private Loan that will cover tuition and flight fees.

Contact our Financial Aid Department for more information and processing for your loans.

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