It depends on the type of loan:
-Stafford: 6 months after you graduate, withdraw, or drop below half-time. This loan type is eligible for subsequent deferment if you later return to school at least half-time, but there is only 1 six-month grace period.
-Perkins: Same as above, but grace period is 9 months.
-PLUS loan (for graduate students): This loan is eligible for deferment as long as you are in school at-least-half-time. This loan type goes into repayment immediately after you stop attending- THERE IS NO 6 OR 9 MONTH GRACE PERIOD.
-Federal Consolidation Loan: This loan is eligible for deferment as long as you are in school at-least-half-time. This loan type goes into repayment immediately after you stop attending- THERE IS NO 6 OR 9 MONTH GRACE PERIOD.
-PLUS loan (for parents): This loan goes into repayment as soon as it is fully disbursed. The student's enrollment does not matter. This loan type is eligible for a school deferment for as long as the PARENT is in school at-least-half-time.
-Private/Alternative loans: The terms vary. Read the loan agreement or ask the lender.
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