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Interest Free Student Loans & Education Loan Assistance

Students Graduating
JFLA’s Education Loan program does not fall under the federal student loan forgiveness program. President Biden’s loan forgiveness only applies to federal government loans. JFLA is a non-profit and is not a federal government loan provider.

The JFLA Student Loan Program is closed for fall semester 2022. Please check back in November to see when the program will re-open.

The 2022 JFLA Student Lending Program is out of funding for undergraduates. Please check back in November for further updates.

The 2022 JFLA Student Lending Program has extremely limited funding for nursing students and graduate students. If you are a nursing student or a graduate student you may still apply. Loans will be made on a first come first serve basis.

First time borrowers only: Borrow up to $7,500 with 2 guarantors.

Current JFLA student loan recipients: Two guarantors are required. If you would like to re-apply for another student loan, please email info@jfla.org. Please do not use the online application.

Students may apply for loans for

  • Nursing school
  • Medical school
  • Dental school
  • Community college
  • Vocational or trade school
  • undergraduate education
  • professional
  • graduate school

Nursing, medical, and dental school students can get up to $7,500.

Community college, and trade school students can get up to $7,500.

Please note: Applications should be completed by the student - not by a parent. Only complete applications will be considered so get yours in now to be reviewed.

Post-Secondary Programs Max $ no guarantors Max $ with 2 guarantors
Undergraduate Education 0 $7,500
Professional Graduate 0 $7,500
Liberal Arts Graduate 0 $7,500
Community College 0 $7,500
Technical or Vocational 0 $7,500
For Profit School* 0 $7,500
Homeless Students $5,000 0
Israel GAP Year Experience 0 $10,000

*For-Profit schools assessed on a school-by-school basis.

Eligibility:

  • the applicant must live in Los Angeles, Ventura, or Santa Barbara County.
  • the applicant must be a full-time student with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
  • the applicant must have one or two guarantors.
  • the applicant may be any race, religion, or gender.

For more information about our loan programs, contact info@jfla.org.

See a table of all our loans here.