Master Promissory Note (MPN)

Master Promissory Note (MPN) is defined as the legal agreement that a student makes with the lender when receiving an education loan. The MPN lists conditions under which the money is borrowed and the terms under which the borrower agrees to repay the student loan with interest.

Master Promissory Note (MPN) Explained

A binding legal document that you must sign when you get a federal student loan. The MPN can be used to make one or more loans for one or more academic years (up to 10 years). It lists the terms and conditions under which you agree to repay the loan and explains your rights and responsibilities as a borrower. It’s important to read and save your MPN because you’ll need to refer to it later when you begin repaying your loan or at other times when you need information about provisions of the loan, such as deferments or forbearances.