Students need to attend and graduate from the college or university that awarded them with LRAP. After graduation, they then need to work at least ¾ time to receive assistance (i.e. average at least 30 out of 40 hours per week). If a graduate’s income is below the Upper Income Threshold specified in their LRAP Award Letter (e.g., $40,000 per year), the graduate can then receive loan repayment assistance in the form of quarterly reimbursements on their student and parent loan payments. For complete details about your eligibility, please refer to your specific LRAP Award and Terms & Conditions.
Modified on: Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 1:50 PM
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