Loans from the federal government and other sources can help you pay for your Iona University education. Unlike scholarships and grants, loans must be repaid.
Generally, the repayment period for federal student loans is ten (10) years. Extended and/or income-contingent repayment plans are available to qualified borrowers. You will need to begin paying your loan once you graduate, withdraw from school, or drop below half-time status (6 credits).
StudentAid.gov is a great source of information on repayment rights and responsibilities, grace periods, managing your debt, and tracking loans.