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What do I need to bring while applying for a student line of credit (Read description)

Asked by desiree333 (3195 points ) July 8th, 2013

I have an appointment this week to apply for a student line of credit. I am not yet registered for this upcoming fall/winter term with my university though. This is because there was a mix up with my student loan in April this year, and I currently owe my school $1500. Because of this they have restricted my online school account, and this is where I would usually access information such as my transcript. I’m not sure what to do, my school tells me that I have to pay this outstanding money before I can even see my final marks for last year or access anything of mine on their website.

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Is this through your school’s financial aid office? A bank?

You will need your social security number (SSN) if in the US, proof of income (do you have any?). Are your parents cosigning? You will need their income/SSN/signatures.

If you are going to a bank, you may need to show how much you owe your school and what your tuition costs are. You might even need a report card to show your grades.

Your best bet is to call in advance and ask what documents you should bring with you.

Good luck!

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@Cupcake Thanks, I brought these things to the bank and am now just waiting to hear if it’s approved!

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