The University of Chicago is committed to keeping the costs of UChicago UTEP as low as possible to attract the most qualified people to teach in Chicago Public Schools.
The University of Chicago Student Loan Administration can help you answer frequently asked questions regarding financial aid.
- Who is eligible?
- What is available?
- How to apply?
- What is next?
- How to request additional funds?
- How to cancel funds?
- If eligible, how to defer existing student loans?
The University of Chicago Bursar’s Office can help you answer frequently asked questions regarding billing, payment plans and direct deposit of refunds.
Studentaid.ed.gov can help you answer frequently asked questions regarding public service loan forgiveness (PSLF). The cancellation rates are 15% for the first and second years of service; 20% for the third and fourth years of service and 30% for the fifth year of service and you must apply for the cancellation annually.
The National Student Loan Program (NSLP) provides information on the federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program. General information can be found here and program eligibility information can be found here. Most complete details can be found on the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Application and the form for Teacher Loan Forgiveness Forbearance Request. For best information, contact your lender. You may look up your lender through the National Student Loan Data System.