Can you get college loans for just one academic quarter?

Question:Some of my financial aid will be running out my spring quarter of school and I'm going to be a little (well alot if you ask me) short. Are there any college loans that will let me borrow for just one quarter of school and possibly still not have to pay while I finish school.

I'll also probably need loans for next year as well but won't know how much until the end of spring quarter.

Answers:
You can get an additional loan from any student loan provider, as long as you don't borrow over the amount that your school has designated as the cost of attendance for a year. You can find that on your school's website, there will be two numbers, one for living on-campus and one for living off-campus. The main difference with this secondary loan is that it is not a government loan, but a personal one. You may need to have a co-signer if you don't have a good credit score or enough credit history. The loan will still go into deferment while you are in school, but the interest will accumulate. Personally, since all of my Stafford loans were through Citibank, I used them to get my secondary loan.
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