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- Enter your information on our easy one-page form and receive a credit decision.
Add a cosigner (if applicable)
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- Electronically sign or download and mail a paper version
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Your school is
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- Enrolled at least half-time at an eligible school (see below)
- Seeking a degree
- Making satisfactory academic progress as defined by your school
- Be 16 years or older at the time you apply
- Pass a credit check
- International borrowers will need a US cosigner
- There may be additional requirements (see your loan’s specific Application Solicitation Disclosure for details)
Whether or not you will need a cosigner depends on your credit evaluation. By applying with a creditworthy cosigner, you may improve your likelihood for loan approval and may receive a lower interest rate.
If you are applying for an Undergraduate Loan, you will likely need to add a cosigner for your application to be approved.
Your cosigner should be a US citizen or permanent resident, 18 years or older at the time of loan application, and pass a credit check.
What you'll need to apply online
Be sure to have this information ready before applying:
Requested Loan Amount
The Requested Loan Amount is how much you want to borrow. It must be less than or equal to the Additional Amount Needed (difference between Cost of Attendance and Estimated Financial Assistance).
Annual Cost of Attendance and Estimated Financial Assistance (for College and Graduate School Loans)
You can obtain your Cost of Attendance from your school’s website or financial aid office.
Cost of Attendance is an estimate of tuition and fees, room and board, transportation,
and other costs for the period of enrollment covered by the loan. Usually, this is your total
cost to attend one year of school.
You can obtain your Estimated Financial Assistance from your school’s website or financial
aid office. Estimated Financial Assistance is all federal, state, institutional (school),
private and other sources of assistance used in determining eligibility for most Title IV student
financial aid, including amounts of financial assistance used to replace the expected
family contribution. Usually, this is the amount you will be able to obtain through grants, scholarships,
income, family contribution and other sources before taking a private student loan.
We'll need you to enter your income (if any), including all wages, salary, bonuses or other compensation from employment. You do not need to reveal alimony, child support or separate maintenance income if you do not wish to have it considered as a basis for loan repayment.
- Social Security Number, Address, Phone Number and E-mail
- Personal Reference (Name and Phone Number)
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