Midwestern University, a not-for-profit graduate school specializing in health sciences, is getting back into the lending business.

A former lender under the Federal Family Education Loan Program, it has recently begun making private loans to students in partnership with two local authorities, the Glendale Industrial Development Authority and the Illinois Finance Authority.  These authorities are coming to market with a total of $30 million of bonds that will fund additional lending.    

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