Do you have a balance?  Are you looking for assistance to pay your balance?  Below are two supplemental loan options to assist you:

 

One option is the Federal Direct PLUS Loan.  This is a credit based loan in which the parent can borrow up to the cost of education minus the financial aid already received.  The PLUS loan has a 4.3% loan fee and interest will accrue while the student is in school (the interest rate is a fixed 6.41%).  The PLUS loan goes into repayment 60 days after it is fully disbursed for the year but parents can request to defer payments while the student is in school.  For more information on this loan, you can visit the following link: http://www.msoe.edu/community/admissions/financial-aid/page/1806/federal-direct-plus-loans

 

A second option is a credit based alternative student loan that would be in the student's name.  This type of loan allows the student to borrow up to the cost of education minus the financial aid already received.  Interest will accrue while the student is in school but no payments are required while the student is in school (the interest rate varies by loan program but can change monthly and has no cap).  For alternative loans, students will need a credit worthy cosigner.  The terms of each loan vary by lender but if you visit the following link, you can look at a comparison chart of alternative loan lenders:  http://www.msoe.edu/community/admissions/financial-aid/page/2122/alternative-loans