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Eligible students will be offered financial aid composed of grants and scholarships. While loans are available, Reach University does not use loans to meet a student's financial need. We believe in making access to higher education and careers affordable without the use of loans. 

While students are not expected to borrow educational loans to pay for school-related expenses, we do offer Federal Direct Loans

Federal Direct Loans

The Department of Education provides educational loan funding directly to students for educational expenses. 

For more information about loans, see our Financial Aid Student Handbook

Loans Request Form

Student Loan Policy

Reach University does not have special business relationships with any student loan providers and does not receive considerations or financial reimbursements from any lenders. 

All Reach University officials are required to disclose any relationships in which they or members of their immediate families stand to benefit from decisions made in the course of their work for the university. No such relationships have been reported and we are confident that none exist. See our Financial Aid Student Handbook for full details about our Financial Aid Office Code of Conduct regarding student loans. 

Students may obtain Federal loans through the Federal Direct Loan program. Students are free to obtain loans from other loan providers. 

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For questions about financial aid, contact your student services advisor or

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Reach Institute of School Leadership (Reach University) is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)