Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

loan repayment program

We are excited to offer the Loan Repayment Program to qualifying students who enroll and graduate from Huntington University.  

“The Loan Repayment Program has lifted a huge burden from me! I am confident that God has not only called me to ministry but also to Huntington because He has provided a way to help financially cover my education. Without this program HU would not be possible for me. It is a true blessing!”
-- Current student, children's ministry major, Class of 2012 [More testimonials]

Higher education can be expensive. Some incoming students have the funds necessary to cover the total cost. There are many that don't, however, and choose college loans to make up the difference. There can be added anxieties as families make decisions on how much to borrow. The Loan Repayment Program is in place to help lessen the anxieties that might come as families discuss how to repay student loans.The Loan Repayment Program covers the following loans: Direct, Parent PLUS and alternative loans.

Please note some helpful links on the right as you research the program. You'll find common questions in the FAQ section. You can contact the LRAP Foundation at either the email or phone number listed on the right as well. Finally you can download a sample Loan Repayment Program agreement, the terms & conditions and a letter just for parents.

We trust you will find the Loan Repayment Program to be a helpful tool as you consider your options for college.

more information

Frequently Asked Questions

LRAP Application 


About the LRAP Association

contact LRAP


Phone: 877.577.LRAP (5727)

gaining national attention

USA TODAY featured our Loan Repayment Program in a national story on June 13. 2011 (p. 3). The story was also published online.

The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette carried a front-page story on October 29, 2011.

Inside Higher Education published this article on November 7, 2011.

Christianity Today carried this report on June 28, 2012.

The idea is not new to higher education; however it has existed primarily at graduate schools, specifically law schools. Click here to see the similar program at Yale Law School.