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The New “Rs” In Education Finance

What are the key factors that credit unions must consider when implementing a private student lending program or managing an existing one? Find out in this article!

 

When Will My College Degree Pay Off?

You planned for college. You and your family saved for college. Maybe now you're close to graduating from college. So what is that college degree really worth, and when will you truly start to see the benefits of your education? Check out the full article!

 

Free College Planning Webinar – Deciphering Award Letters

Student Choice is committed to providing tools that help families better understand the financial aid process. As part of that commitment, we offer a quarterly webinar series, led by our College Access Counselor. Check out and register for our next topic "Deciphering Award Letters".

 

Free College Planning Webinar – Deciphering Award Letters

Student Choice is committed to providing borrowers and the general public with helpful, educational tools to better understand the financial aid process. As part of that commitment, we offer a quarterly webinar series, led by our College Access Counselor. These webinars are free and available to anyone who would like to attend; to date, hundreds of attendees nationwide have benefited from the presentations. Join us in March!

 

Credit Unions Are Providing Responsible Student Loan Options

Student Choice continues to make strides to empower credit unions to provide responsible lending solutions to members. Investing in a member’s future is important, but doing it responsibly is paramount to us and our credit union partners. Take a look at our new infographic - The State of Student Lending:​

 
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The Time Is Right For Student Loan Refinance And Repayment Assistance

To attract and retain millennials, companies across the country (including a handful of credit unions) are expanding their employee benefit programs to include student loan refinance options and repayment assistance. With more than 40 million Americans having some level of student loan debt, this should come as no surprise. Read more about the hottest employee benefit of 2017.

 

How to Find Scholarship Money to Help Pay for College

The best way to pay for college is with FREE money (money you don't have to pay back once you graduate). This comes in the form of scholarships and grants. There are many sources of scholarship money, and amounts can range from a few hundred dollars to the majority of your tuition. This post walks you through what you need to know about finding scholarships to pay for college.

 
Jan 26, 2017 08:15 AM

What Rising Interest Rates Mean for You

In December 2016, the Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate, and there is reason to believe the rate will increase again in the near future. So how does this affect you?

 

A New Year and a New Look at Financial Wellness

New Year’s resolutions – many of us make them, a few will keep them, but many will fall to the wayside sooner than we’d like. If you’ve made a resolution to get your finances on track, we have some tips to help. And if you haven’t – why not add financial wellness to your list of goals for 2017?

 
Dec 15, 2016 07:52 AM

Millennials In Focus

What recent college grads told us about student debt, what they needed at age 18, and how they chose their bank or credit union.

 
 
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