Undergraduate Student LoansAre you stressed about how you will fund your college education? Don’t let your finances prevent you from reaching your educational goals. NET Credit Union can help you fund your future with a student loan. A private student loan is the ideal solution to help fill the gap that federal aid can leave behind such as tuition, room and board, books, a laptop and more. Apply for a Student LoanAttend a Free Student Loan Seminar
No Origination Fees
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Steps to getting a Student Loan
Complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
This always needs to be done prior to applying for federal or private school loans. The application deadline is May 1st each year. It’s important to remember that a FAFSA needs to be completed every year you are attending school. Get more information on FAFSA and other student aid and federal loans online at the U.S. Department of Education.
Fill in the funding gap after all federal loans and scholarships are exhausted with a student loan from NET credit union. It’s easy to apply online and get quick approval. Applying with a creditworthy cosigner may help you to qualify. A NET Credit Union student loan is the smart way to fund your education.
Benefits of a NET Credit Union Student Choice Loan
- Competitive student loan interest rates
- Borrow up to $75,000
- Terms 20-25 years. Based on Loan balance
- No origination fee
- No prepayment penalty. Reduce your interest by paying early
- Optional deferment – no payments until 6 months after graduation
- Tax deductible interest payments – Consult your tax advisor
- Rate discount for auto pay
Let NET Credit Union help make your college dream a reality by applying for a student loan at the link above. For more information about student loans, visit a NET Credit Union office or call our loan department at 570-961-1100. For questions regarding existing CU Student Choice Loans, please call 1-800-723-2210
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*Subject to qualification and additional criteria, including graduating from an approved school