MPOWER Financing - Eligibility
- Checking your eligibility does not guarantee that you will be able to continue with the application process.
- Checking your eligibility does not bind you to take out a loan with MPOWER Financing.
- Checking your eligibility has no impact on your credit score.
Be sure to select the correct school. You will not be permitted to adjust this information in the application process and may be required to fill out a new application should you need to change school information.
Referral from a friend
Please include the name and email address of the person who referred you. If you take out a loan with MPOWER, we will send a $100.00 reward to your referral.
MPOWER Financing - How did you hear about us?
If you are applying via a referral from a friend, please note your friend will know if you obtain a loan because MPOWER will pay your friend a $100 referral fee. If you agree to that, Bank of Lake Mills, in conjunction with MPOWER, may share that information with your friend, please start your application through this link. If you would rather keep that information private, you can apply on your own by visiting http://registration.mpowerfinancing.com/eligibility
I’m not sure how much I need to borrow?
If you are unsure of the loan amount that will be needed to cover the cost of your education, we suggest that you request the maximum amount of $25,000. If you’re eligible to continue with the application, you will have the option to reduce your loan amount throughout the process. However, if you request a smaller loan amount and must increase it later, you may be required to create a new application.
A quick note
You have already started an application with MPOWER.
You may continue your previous application, or you can create a new one. Creating a new application will not affect your previous application.
It's now simpler and faster to get your next MPOWER student loan.
Request more funding from your Dashboard using your existing personal details and documents.
Expected graduation date
This is when you expect to graduate from the program you are applying for, accepted at or enrolled in. It is the date you expect your program to finish. Graduations typically happen in spring (May), summer (August), or fall (December).