Articles in the Private student loans Category
To help families through this award letter season, here is a breakdown of how and when to accept—or apply for—all types of student loans.
Once again, subsidized student loan interest rates are facing an impending increase. Without action, students may see rates double to 6.8% next year. Learn more!
TweetYou can refinance your mortgage, but can you refinance your student loans? The short answer is: possibly. Let me elaborate. Refinancing is a tool commonly used by borrowers in the housing industry to lower interest rates. In regards to student loa…
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February is Financial Aid Awareness Month, which makes it the perfect time to finish up your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), learn about Stafford loans, and find as much scholarship money as you can to help pay for school. And this issue of the Finacial Aid News will help you do just that.
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The holidays make this a busy time of year, but it’s also an important time to make sure that you’re on top of the financial aid process. That’s where this month’s Financial Aid News can help. You’ll find resources for filing your FAFSA, the latest news about new scholarships, information about private student loans, and more.
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When students take out private student loans for the first time, they usually have little to no credit history built up. This means, their interest rates probably weren’t ideal, or they applied with a cosigner. If you’re one of these borrowers with hig…
Student loan consolidation is a great option for borrowers looking to lower monthly payments or simply make repayment easier. Don’t believe us? Here are 5 ways consolidation can benefit you!
In the August edition of the Financial Aid News we will help you get ready for another awesome semester.
Although you may have your bags packed and your course schedule prepared, this month’s newsletter will help you get the following things covered: Get in on our September $10,000 scholarship drawing, learn about the entrance counseling process, compare loan options to cover college costs, find out how to get a part-time job this semester, get the details on more new scholarships, pick up advice for the first 2 weeks of school, and much more!
So sit back, relax, and enjoy the first wonderful weeks of the school semester.
You may have heard of Stafford loans, PLUS loans, and private student loans, but do you really know the differences between them? Is one type of loan really better than the other? Let’s find out.
Student loans have been all over the news in the past year, and borrowers are researching college financing options more than ever. In light of this, it’s important to know the facts so you can make better-informed decisions about paying for college.