The Charlotte School of Law has deferred payment of tuition and fees for the fall semester until students have access to direct federal loans.

Victoria Taylor Carter, associate dean for admissions and financial aid at the school in Charlotte, N.C., said students became eligible for direct student loans when the for-profit school received provisional ABA approval in June. The school filed its paperwork with the federal Department of Education, but its application has not yet been approved.

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