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If you don't use all your student loan money can you take out more than normal if its at the end of the year.Like you didn't take it for spring and summer but for fall you need it.Is it possible to take out what you didn't take earlier in the school year

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Asked by LWilliams Wednesday Nov 10th 2010 in Financial Aid
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The Short answer is no. The long answer would be from what I understand, students are allotted a specific amount of financial aid per semester. When you are informed of your of the amount you are given the option of taking the full amount of only what you need. I do not believe that can go back at a later date and ask for more. However, what I would suggest you do is contact you financial aid officer, and discuss your options. There are emergency protocols that are in place to help students, and you may qualify for such a program.

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