ATLANTA -- State officials have re-opened the pool for $10 million in low interest student loans.
Lawmakers had set aside $20 million to help families after an overhaul of the lottery-funded HOPE scholarship took effect this summer.
Only about 5,200 students applied for the loans during the initial application period, which ended in July.
The Georgia Student Finance Authority has now re-opened the application process for the remaining $10 million in available loans.
Students have until Oct. 31 to apply for the Student Access Loan Program.
For applications and details, visit GAcollege411's website.