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The Office of Financial Aid at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School is passionate about keeping our students in the know on financial aid matters.
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In case you haven't heard... AJMLS is closed tomorrow due to inclement weather. We ask our students to stay safe and remain off the roads as much as possible. We'll see you on Thursday. Stay warm!
Understand these key things before you borrow money: interest rate, length of the loan repayment, payment amount, prepayment penalties, and term limits.
Use any tax refund to help pay existing bills or to start or enhance your savings account.
So good to be back in Atlanta today and reunite with some of the AJMLS students today. I truly missed seeing you guys. Glad to see so many of you are doing well. If you're ever in Savannah, please stop by our beautiful Savannah Law School campus and say hello! Hope to you again soon! Mr. Everett
Decrease the total amount you pay over the life of your loan by paying the interest on your federal loan while in school instead of deferring it.
Position yourself to overcome an unexpected event, such as a health issue or unemployment, by setting up an emergency savings fund. The goal of this fund should be to have enough money to cover 6-12 months of essential living expenses.
Happy Friday Students! Unfortunately although it is Friday, it is also Sequester Day for our government. Some of you may be wondering how sequestration will affect the Dept. of Education and your financial aid awards. Fortunately most of the DoE cuts will not affect you as grad students however, there will be one aspect of your aid affected beginning next academic year. Loan origination fees will be impacted. Stafford (Unsubsidized) Loan origination fees are expected to rise from 1.00 to 1.053 percent, and PLUS Loan fees to rise from 4.00 to 4.212%. Annual or aggregate loan limits would not be impacted.
Hello AJMLS Students and welcome back! We hope you enjoyed your break. Just a quick reminder to make sure you finalize adding and/or dropping classes as soon as possible. The deadline is this Friday at 6pm! Once the clock strikes 6 on Friday, we can begin verifying enrollment. The first step in processing your Spring financial aid disbursements. Send us an email at FinancialAid@johnmarshall.edu or stop by our office if your have any questions.
AJMLS Students...PLEASE READ: As you know, the start of each semester is the most busiest time in the Office of Financial Aid and often our work progress is slowed by phone calls and emails in which we must answer the most popular question this time of year. When will loan refunds be disbursed? The answer to that question is always, APPROXIMATELY 10 BUSINESS DAYS AFTER THE START OF THE SEMESTER. Please keep in mind, intersession does not count as the official start of the Spring semester. We truly appreciate your patience as we work to ensure timely processing of financial aid for each student. Thanks! Atlanta's John Marshall Law School Office of Financial Aid Mr. Montre Everett, Director Ms. Michelle Cooper, Asst. Director