How much do I owe?
Both Emergency Tuition and Fee Loans (ETFL) and Short Term Loans (STL) balances can be found at myaggieloans.tamu.edu
When do I have to begin repaying my loan?
For Emergency Tuition and Fee Loans:
- Fall/Spring loans are due about 90 days after the loan is applied to your student billing account.
- Summer loans are due about 30 days after the loan is applied to your student billing account.
For Short-Term Loans:
- You select the length of your repayment period on your loan application; this period can be anywhere between one and twelve months long.
For the exact due date on your ETFL or STL, check myaggieloans.tamu.edu
Repayment terms are fixed for the semester in which you request the loan. All payments will be due on the 15th day of the month.
Depending on timing, your financial aid refund may be applied toward your ETFL, but this is not always the case. It is your responsibility to use any refunds issued to you to repay your ETFL and make sure that your ETFL is repaid by the loan due date.
If your loan is not paid in full by the due date, both transcripts and registration will be blocked until the account is paid in full. Past due loans are subject to collection fees, attorney fees, higher interest rates, as well as negative credit reports to national credit bureaus.
You may contact Student Business Services via telephone at 979-847-3337 for questions about your loan repayment.
How much will my payments be?
The entire balance of the loan is due by the set due date, but there are no monthly payments required on either of these loans There are no penalties for repaying your loan before the due date.
Who do I pay?
ETFLs and STLs can be repaid on myaggieloans.tamu.edu