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Webinar: It’s FAFSA Time!

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens on October 1st and is a gateway to FREE money for college, but many families put off filing because they find it intimidating. Don’t worry – it isn’t that scary, and we’re hosting a webinar to help you better understand the process.

Join us as our College Counselor discusses these topics on our upcoming webinar:

  • What is the FAFSA?
  • Federal Updates
  • Before – Eligibility Requirements and Information Needed
  • During – Filling out the FAFSA
  • After – What’s Next?

Sessions will be held Wednesday, September 29th at 1:00 or 6:00pm ET – join the one that best fits your schedule, and share with friends and family who may be interested.

Register for your spot today!

Wednesday, September 29th at 1:00pm ET

Wednesday, September 29th at 6:00pm ET

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*APR = Annual Percentage Rate

In order to apply for a loan, you must first pick an individual credit union from which you wish to borrow. You can apply for the loan without being a member of the credit union you select, but you will need to become a member of that credit union in order to receive a funded loan. Therefore, it's important that you select a credit union that you will be eligible to join. Credit union membership requirements can include where you live, work, or attend school. Results are based on membership criteria provided by individual credit unions and do not imply a guarantee regarding accuracy or eligibility to join the listed credit union(s).

Calculations are based on the lowest possible rate and available repayment terms per lender. Rate estimates are based on credit information entered by the user and will not impact your credit. During the application process, a hard credit inquiry will be performed to provide exact rate information. Repayment calculations assume immediate full repayment. View the full range of rates and terms by visiting your credit union's website using links listed for each credit union above.

Using the free student loan refinance calculator does not constitute an offer to receive a loan and will not solicit a loan offer. Any payments and savings will depend on the actual amounts for which you are approved, should you choose to apply. This calculator is provided for educational purposes only and should not be relied upon as financial advice. Always consult your credit union or financial advisor when making your decision.

IMPORTANT NOTICE for refinance borrowers: By refinancing federal student loans, you may lose certain borrower benefits from your original loans. These may include interest rate discounts, principal rebates, or some cancellation benefits that can significantly reduce the cost of repaying your loans. Please review this important disclosure for more information.

Your actual rate within the range stated will be disclosed upon approval. Student borrowers may apply with a creditworthy cosigner which may result in a better chance of approval and/or interest rate.