Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 43. Financial Aid Programs For Postsecondary Students
Section 173. Loan Award Maximums; Use of Loan Award.
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AS 14.43.173. Loan Award Maximums; Use of Loan Award.

(a) In a school year, the commission may make a loan to an eligible borrower under AS 14.43.170 - 14.43.175 attending an eligible postsecondary institution not to exceed

(1) $8,500 to an eligible undergraduate student attending a college or university;

(2) $9,500 to an eligible graduate student attending a college or university;

(3) $6,500 to an eligible student attending a career education program.

(b) The commission may not award loans made under AS 14.43.170 - 14.43.175 to a borrower for more than

(1) a total of $42,500 for undergraduate study;

(2) a total of $47,500 for graduate study; or

(3) a combined total of $60,000 for undergraduate and graduate study.

(c) To maintain a loan award under AS 14.43.170 - 14.43.175, the borrower must continue to be in good standing as determined by the institution and approved by the commission.

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