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Residency-Relocation Loans

Fourth year students may find it necessary to borrow additional loans for residency relocation and travel expenses. Residency Relocation loans are available to fourth year medical students to borrow 180 days before or up to 180 days after graduation and do not have to be certified by the financial aid office.

There are many different loan programs and options to choose from. However, you must pay close attention to the terms of each loan, as some loans have variable interest rates and different repayment terms. Below is a chart of some of the residency relocation loans available to fourth year students.

Please view the websites of each loan to verify the terms with the lender prior to borrowing as they are subject to change.

Sallie Mae Residency/Relocation Loan

Fees:
None

Rates:
3.21% - 11.57% APR

Borrowing Limits:
$1,000 - $15,000

Repayment:
Begins 36 months after graduation.

Discover Relocation and Review Loan

Fees:
None

Rates:
4.25% - 9.75%

Borrowing Limits:
$1,000 - $18,000

Repayment:
Payments are deferred while attending school,
up to 5 years during residency or during your nine month grace period.

Wells Fargo MedCAP-XTRA Loan

Fees:
None

Rates:
Variable APR, based on credit

Borrowing Limits:
$1,000 - $15,000 for
residency interview and relocation.

Repayment:
Payments do not begin until up to 60
months after you leave medical school.

PNC Bank/AES-Health Professions Residency and Relocation Loan

Fees:
None

Rates:
Variable interest rates range from 3.75%-11.27%.

Fixed interest rates range from 7.39%-13.79%

Borrowing Limits:
$1,000 - $15,000

Repayment:
Repayment may begin immediately or can be deferred during residency (up to four years)

Residency Links from AAMC:

Postponing Loan Repayment During Residency

 
 
 
 
 

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