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We've partnered with LendKey to provide our members with access to low-cost private student loans online at anytime. LendKey shares our mission of prioritizing people over profit and all student loan products available on the LendKey platform are funded by community lenders across America.

Private Student Loan

Now accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year, for summer term/4th quarter (if on quarter system) and for past due balances on 2nd semester.

  • Available for both undergraduate and graduate school student loans
  • Funds can be used to pay for qualified education expenses, including: tuition, room and board, books, computers, and more
  • Cosigner release option available2
  • 0.25% interest rate reduction for using ACH automatic payments3
  • Interest paid on private student loans may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
  • No origination fees or prepayment penalties

1Refinancing Federal Student Loans: Please be aware that you may potentially lose certain benefits associated with your federal student loans by refinancing such federal loans with a private student loan consolidation. These benefits may include favorable repayment options, loan and fixed interest rates, extended loan terms, and loan forgiveness. We strongly advise that you seek professional advice and examine the benefits and options before refinancing your federal loans. It is important to us that you are comfortable with potentially forfeiting benefits that may not be offered through our consolidation loan.

2Cosigner Release: In order to qualify the cosigner release, the borrower's account cannot be delinquent and he/she must submit a request, meet the consecutive, timely payment requirements, and meet the lender's credit criteria and income requirements.

3ACH Discount: Subject to floor rate. The rate reduction will be removed and the rate will be increased by 0.25% upon any cancellation or failed collection attempt of the automatic payment and will be suspended during any period of deferment or forbearance. As a result, during the forbearance or suspension period, and/or if the automatic payment is canceled, any increase will take the form of higher payments.