Graduate Business


In addition to providing lending solutions to undergraduate students, participating credit unions may also offer Student Choice's Graduate Business School loans. The Credit Union Student Choice private loan solution is currently available for Graduate Business Students enrolled, or enrolling in, a Business program at an approved business school.

Our Student Choice private loan solution was designed to fill the funding gaps that may exist after all-lower-cost sources of aid (including Federal Stafford loans) have been exhausted. And since these loans are being offered through your credit union, you know that you are getting a great deal from a not-for-profit lender you can trust.

Our Graduate Business private student loan solution:

  • Helps fill the funding gap that exists after lower-cost sources of aid have been exhausted.
  • Offers zero origination fees and lower rates than many other lenders.
  • Allows for fully deferred payment while students are in school (optional).
  • Is structured as a Line-of-Credit (LOC), which students can use over multiple years. Each year, members simply determine how much of the eligible LOC amount ythey'll need.
  • Offers flexible repayment options resulting in lower initial payments after graduation.
  • Credit unions may elect to provide an interest rate reduction of 0.25% during full repayment when you enroll in automatic payment. For more information, please click here to find your credit union lender, then visit the credit union’s Student Choice website to learn more. If your line of credit is subject to a floor rate (also known as a minimum interest rate) as specified in your promissory note, your rate will never be less than the floor rate.
  • Establishes a relationship with a trusted financial institution- as the loans will be granted and held by your credit union.    

Learn if your credit union offers the Student Choice Graduate Business Solution or find a credit union near you. 

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to common questions.


* loans subject to approval. Rates, terms and conditions subject to change without notice.