Private Student Loan Options
|Option(s)||Benefits and Information|
- Low rates and no origination fees for degree-granting institutions
- Borrow up to 100% of your school certified education costs (Min. $1,000)
- It takes about 15 minutes to apply and get a credit result
1 Competitive rates based on November 11, 2011 review of rates of national competitors.
- Choose your rate type Competitive FIXED and VARIABLE interest rates
- Flexible Repayment Options Immediate, Interest Only and Deferred
- Apply for cosigner release after you make 36 consecutive, on time payments
- Choice of fixed or variable interest rate
- Graduation Reward: 1% principal reduction per loan1
- Applying with a cosigner may increase your chances of getting approved
1 Proof of graduation must be submitted within 90 days of graduation. Copy of diploma or final transcript is acceptable. 1% principal reduction is based on the original principal amount. Graduation benefit also requires no more than one late payment (any payment made more than ten days after due date).
- Choice of fixed or variable interest rates with zero fees
- No payments required while enrolled in school at least half-time
- Apply online or by phone in a few minutes and get an immediate response
- Choose your interest rate option: variable or fixed rate
- No application or origination fees
- 0.50% interest rate reduction with automated payments1
1 If automatic payment is discontinued, you will no longer receive an automatic payment discount. A federal regulation limits the number of transfers that may be made from a savings or money market account.Please contact your financial institution for more information on transfer limitations on savings accounts.
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Student Loan Network recommends you consider all financial aid alternatives including grants, scholarships and federal loans (Stafford, PLUS, grad PLUS) prior to applying for private student loans.