Deadline: June 1, 2017
Our loans feature an interest rate lower than most other financial-aid sources.
2022 Exciting Update!
This year thanks to our Membership and our borrowers' 99.8% repayment rate, we are celebrating 100 years of assisting Stark County graduates with their post secondary school expenses! And as part of that celebration, our loan amounts are increasing to $4,000 annually and $16,000 overall! Apply today!
Loan Document Signing: We want to make things as easy and quick and as SAFE as we can, which is why this year we are using DocuSign to sign loan documents. No more sending paperwork from state to state or arranging visits with a notary. It can all be done online!
Repeat Loan Application: Is now available for all students in deferment. Look for an email with instructions and a link to complete the application by April 30, 2022.
Payment Update: Payments are being processed according to our normal procedures and are due by the last business day of the month before 4:00 pm. Please note we are no longer accepting cash payments. You may pay by check, money order, auto payment, or online. If mailing your check or money order payment, please note there are delays with the postal service. To ensure your payment is received on time, give it an extra couple weeks to arrive, pay online or sign up for automatic payment. Auto payments are FREE and withdrawn from your account on the 20th of each month. To sign up for auto pay, complete the enrollment form found to the left of this message by clicking the button “Sign up for Auto Payment”. Online payments may be made by going to your student portal or by clicking on the "account access" button on the left. Please note that there is a 3% fee for making an online payment.
You can reach Alice, Lori or Kim at 330.493.0020 or firstname.lastname@example.org,
Canton Student Loan Foundation Trustees and Staff
Low-Interest Student Loans for Stark County Grads
Are you ready to build a foundation for your future by furthering your education? The Canton Student Loan Foundation can help make the dream of earning a degree a reality.
You can receive $16,000 total toward your undergraduate education and an additional $8,000 if you continue on to graduate school. Since 1922, we have extended more than $40 million to over 6,100 Stark County students.
Am I eligible?
The application criteria are simple. You must:
Graduate from a Stark County high school; be a Stark County resident who was eligible to graduate from a Stark County high school but chose to attend and graduate out of county; have earned a diploma from the ABC (A Better Chance) program; or a Stark County resident who was home schooled. If you are applying for a North Canton Student Loan you must be a resident of the North Canton City School District.
Enroll for at least 12 credit hours per term in a post high-school, undergraduate degree-granting program. This includes associate degree, technical-school and trade-school programs.
Have and maintain minimum term and cumulative grade point averages of 2.0.