Please note: The 2024–2025 FAFSA will not be available until December, and the date has not been announced. Once available, domestic students applying for federal loans should submit it as soon as possible.
Undergraduate loan forms
This request form is for Direct Loans for U.S. citizens and permanent residents, and for MIT Technology loans for International Students.
If you wish to make an adjustment to your federal or technology loan after receiving your initial loan eligibility, please submit this form.
To receive the MIT Technology Loan or a private loan, you must submit a self-certification to the lender.
We have put together a short guide with basic information that may be helpful as you consider whether private loans are right for you.
Graduate loan forms
If you wish to apply for a need-based or non-need-based student loan from federal or private sources and/or Federal Work-Study, you must submit the Graduate Information Finance Form. U.S. citizens and permanent residents must also submit the FAFSA. Applications are accepted throughout the year, but we recommend that you file before May 1 if you expect to receive credit on your fall semester bill.