The Student Loan Agency was established in 1994 by the Government of Guyana, to enable all students who have been accepted but are financially unable otherwise, to attend the University of Guyana.
Loans are issued to all Guyanese students for all undergraduate programs offered by the University and are granted on the fulfilment of loan criteria.
During 1994, the issuance of loans were handled by the University of Guyana however in 1995, the Student Loan Agency became a department of the Ministry of Finance through which all policy decisions are made.
In 2015, the decision was made to strengthen the revolving nature of this fund thereby allowing future generations of prospective students to benefit as debtors repay their loans.
- Local infrastructure to enhance economic activity, labour productivity, and lower production and transaction costs, all of which are essential;
- Capacity building to enable the poor and vulnerable to respond to opportunities, increase their assets, and secure their well-being;
- Vulnerability reduction to mitigate the impact of economic and social shocks, natural disasters and man-made hazards;
- Good governance to facilitate broad-based sustainable growth, social inclusion, and poverty reduction
The Ministry of Finance wishes to notify recipients of student loans with outstanding balances on their accounts.
A revolving credit fund for higher education.
Student Loan Agency Building
University of Guyana
East Coast Demerara
Tel: 592-222-5418 | 592-222-5414