Private Student Loans

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If you are not eligible for financial aid assistance, A good option can be to look for a student loan from a bank.

These days almost every bank will offer student loans. The best thing you can do when you have gone through all the other funding sources is to shop around for an affordable student loan from a bank or another private company.
Every bank will offer you different interest rates and terms so it is very important to contact a few in order to know which one can offer you the best deal.
If your own bank doesn’t offer student loans, below you can find a few companies worth checking out.

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  • No prepayment penalty and 30-day loan cancellation policy
  • Repayment begins 6 months after graduation or leaving school
  • Borrow up to $120,000 (maximum of $30,000 per year)
  • USBank

  • No fees
  • Low interest rates
  • Deferment of payments
  • AutoPay discount
  • Cosigner option
  • Wells Fargo

  • Up to $25,000 a year in loans
  • Get 50% off when you graduate
  • An additional 25% off if you opt for automatic payments
  • No payments while in school
  • Various private loans
  • Citi Student Loans

  • Undergraduate Student Loans
  • Graduate Student Loans
  • Law Student Loans
  • Health Professional Student Loans
  • Cosigning option
  • No repayment during school
  • SallieMae

  • Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan
  • Career Training Smart Option Student Loan
  • K-12 Family Education Loan
  • Tutorial Financing Loan
  • Residency and Relocation Loan
  • Sallie Mae Bar Study Loan
  • PNC

  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Health & Medical Professions
  • Bar Study Loan
  • Discover

  • PLUS Loans for College and Graduate School
  • Stafford Loans for College and Graduate School
  • Private Loans for College and Graduate School