Pay For College | Step 4: Consider a Low-Interest Student Loan
After you have pursued all state, federal, and institutional aid, and you still don’t have enough funds for tuition and expenses, consider a student loan.
Remember that loans must be repaid with interest, and the amount adds up over four years. Federal loans have low, fixed-rates for students and parents. To learn more, visit studentaid.ed.gov.
Private loans are also available as a last resort. But you should proceed with caution.