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Why Take a Private Student Loan ?

A Clear and simple path to financial freedom.

Lower Monthly Payments

Compare your private student loan options to make sure you get the lowest interest rates, which means lower monthly payments.

Save money for the future

Get the best rates now to ensure you're saving as much money as possible down the road.

No Application fee

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Competitive Rate

By comparing your student loan options, you're ensuring you're getting the most competitive rates out there.

Federal + Private

Use private student loans to complement your federal loans.

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Not sure if student loans are right for you? Consult with your school advisors!

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1

Enter your school

First let us know which school you go to, so we can show you which lenders are offering loans for your school.

2

Select lender

Choose a student loan lender than you think would be best meet your financial needs.

3

Apply and be done

Most lenders have a fast & easy application that you can apply for in as little as 3 minutes!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a private student loan?

Unlike federal student loans, private loans come from multiple sources, and have multiple options for repayment length, repayment type (fixed, variable), deferment, and interest rates. Use our student loan comparison tool to compare your options.

Why take a private student loans?

Private student loans typically let you borrow more money than federal loans, and offer a variety of interest rates, fees and other borrower terms. Some are variable-rate loans linked to market conditions, while other are fixed-rate.

Who is eligible for a private student loan?

Often private loans require you to have an established and decent credit score to be eligible. Most students straight out of high school have yet to establish credit and therefore will require a co-signer. A co-signer is someone with good credit standing who agrees to be your guarantor or be financially liable for you during the life of your loan.

What happens once I'm approved?

Once you have been approved, the lender will send you a letter detailing the terms and conditions of your loan. The money is not disbursed until you accept these terms and sign a promissory note that details your rights and responsibilities as a borrower.

How does the money get disbursed?

Generally speaking, loans are disbursed directly to the school and used to pay education-related expenses. This means that the loan will cover your tuition and fees and then, if there is any money left over, it will be disbursed to you to cover any other outstanding educational expenses.

What do student loans cover?

Typically student loans can cover the cost of attendance: tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, and board. Student loans are not designed to pay for things that aren’t essential to the school experience. But private loans might be used to cover expenses such as computer supplies, internet services, parking fees, etc.

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