Apply for a Student Loan

When completing the student loan application online, you will need to gather and submit the following documents: 1. Official transcripts of all High Schools and Colleges attended. 2. Most recent IRS Form 1040 filed by Applicant and both Co-Borrowers (Please submit only the first two pages of the 1040 or 1040EZ and please make sure that the copies are signed.) View an example of the required 1040. 3. Proof of enrollment (acceptance letter or schedule). 4. If you are attending vocational or graduate school, provide proof of the Cost of Attendance from the school you will be attending. For reference, the Cost of Attendance is available for regional schools and is updated as information becomes available. Click here to Apply (Application may not work well on mobile devices) Student loan applications open on October 1, 2023. The application deadline for Spring 2024 funding for new loans is March 1, 2023. Please review the Whitney Benefits Student Loan Terms and Conditions, available as a PDF.

LOANS ARE AVAILABLE TO:

Graduates of an accredited Sheridan / Johnson County High School. Students who have obtained a GED from a Sheridan / Johnson County High School or Sheridan College. Individuals that have had at least four years of continuous residency in Sheridan or Johnson County immediately prior to applying for a loan.

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must have: A 2.5 cumulative grade point average from high school, or A 2.25 cumulative grade point average from college. Other Requirements Do Exist.

APPLICANTS CAN NOT:

Be related to current Whitney Benefits Board member. Currently have loans with the Dodd and Dorothy L. Bryan Foundation, B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation, or any other private foundation. Be currently receiving a Daniels Fund Grant. Whitney, in its sole and absolute discretion, has the authority to determine whether a student meets qualifications for loan approval. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Review Frequently Asked Questions about FAFSA, after your loan application is submitted, funding deadlines and borrowing limits, repayment terms, etc.
The Whitney Benefits student loan program provides interest-free student loans to Sheridan and Johnson County high school graduates. Learn how this program could help you in the series of videos. Whitney Benefits uses an online student loan application process. For the 2023 - 2024 school year, undergraduate students may be eligible to borrow a credit limit up to $24,000, up to $6,000 per academic year.
Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney

Student Loans

© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
When completing the student loan application online, you will need to gather and submit the following documents: 1. Official transcripts of all High Schools and Colleges attended. 2. Most recent IRS Form 1040 filed by Applicant and both Co-Borrowers (Please submit only the first two pages of the 1040 or 1040EZ and please make sure that the copies are signed.) View an example of the required 1040. 3. Proof of enrollment (acceptance letter or schedule). 4. If you are attending vocational or graduate school, provide proof of the Cost of Attendance from the school you will be attending. For reference, the Cost of Attendance is available for regional schools and is updated as information becomes available. Click here to Apply (Application may not work well on mobile devices) Student loan applications open on October 1, 2023. The application deadline for Spring 2024 funding for new loans is March 1, 2023. Please review the Whitney Benefits Student Loan Terms and Conditions, available as a PDF.

LOANS ARE AVAILABLE TO:

Graduates of an accredited Sheridan / Johnson County High School. Students who have obtained a GED from a Sheridan / Johnson County High School or Sheridan College. Individuals that have had at least four years of continuous residency in Sheridan or Johnson County immediately prior to applying for a loan.

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must have: A 2.5 cumulative grade point average from high school, or A 2.25 cumulative grade point average from college. Other Requirements Do Exist.

APPLICANTS CAN NOT:

Be related to current Whitney Benefits Board member. Currently have loans with the Dodd and Dorothy L. Bryan Foundation, B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation, or any other private foundation. Be currently receiving a Daniels Fund Grant. Whitney, in its sole and absolute discretion, has the authority to determine whether a student meets qualifications for loan approval. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Review Frequently Asked Questions about FAFSA, after your loan application is submitted, funding deadlines and borrowing limits, repayment terms, etc.

Apply for a Student Loan

The Whitney Benefits student loan program provides interest-free student loans to Sheridan and Johnson County high school graduates. Learn how this program could help you in the series of videos. Whitney Benefits uses an online student loan application process. For the 2023 - 2024 school year, undergraduate students may be eligible to borrow a credit limit up to $24,000, up to $6,000 per academic year.

Student Loans

Whitney Benefits
An Educational Foundation by the late Mr. Edward A. Whitney
© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303

Apply for a Student Loan

When completing the student loan application online, you will need to gather and submit the following documents: 1. Official transcripts of all High Schools and Colleges attended. 2. Most recent IRS Form 1040 filed by Applicant and both Co- Borrowers (Please submit only the first two pages of the 1040 or 1040EZ and please make sure that the copies are signed.) View an example of the required 1040. 3. Proof of enrollment (acceptance letter or schedule). 4. If you are attending vocational or graduate school, provide proof of the Cost of Attendance from the school you will be attending. For reference, the Cost of Attendance is available for regional schools and is updated as information becomes available. Click here to Apply (Application may not work well on mobile devices) Student loan applications open on October 1, 2023. The application deadline for Spring 2024 funding for new loans is March 1, 2023. Please review the Whitney Benefits Student Loan Terms and Conditions, available as a PDF.

LOANS ARE AVAILABLE TO:

Graduates of an accredited Sheridan / Johnson County High School. Students who have obtained a GED from a Sheridan / Johnson County High School or Sheridan College. Individuals that have had at least four years of continuous residency in Sheridan or Johnson County immediately prior to applying for a loan.

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must have: A 2.5 cumulative grade point average from high school, or A 2.25 cumulative grade point average from college. Other Requirements Do Exist.

APPLICANTS CAN NOT:

Be related to current Whitney Benefits Board member. Currently have loans with the Dodd and Dorothy L. Bryan Foundation, B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation, or any other private foundation. Be currently receiving a Daniels Fund Grant. Whitney, in its sole and absolute discretion, has the authority to determine whether a student meets qualifications for loan approval. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Review Frequently Asked Questions about FAFSA, after your loan application is submitted, funding deadlines and borrowing limits, repayment terms, etc.
The Whitney Benefits student loan program provides interest-free student loans to Sheridan and Johnson County high school graduates. Learn how this program could help you in the series of videos. Whitney Benefits uses an online student loan application process. For the 2023 - 2024 school year, undergraduate students may be eligible to borrow a credit limit up to $24,000, up to $6,000 per academic year.

Student Loans

© Whitney Benefits, Inc. All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-7303
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