The Lindenwood Advantage is a Loan Repayment Assistance Program, or LRAP (pronounced “el-wrap”), and it can help graduates with modest incomes repay their student loans (and loans borrowed by their parents) after graduation.
How It Works
- Lindenwood University awards The Lindenwood Advantage to a student — at no cost.
- The student attends Lindenwood University, possibly incurring student loan debt.
- The student graduates from Lindenwood, starts working, and begins repaying their student loans.
- Graduates earning under $50,000 a year qualify for reimbursement of their student loan payments. Depending on their income, they could qualify for up to 100% reimbursement.
The Lindenwood Advantage assistance continues until the graduate is earning $50,000 a year or more, or until the loan balance is paid off entirely.
The assistance that The Lindenwood Advantage provides is substantial—and for many graduates is truly the help they need to work in entry level or lower-paying jobs as they start their careers.
The Lindenwood Advantage is an important investment that Lindenwood University is making in the success of students and their ability to fully pursue their passions after graduation.
*Students who qualify for the program will be invited to apply.