Credit Unions Help Students When They Need It Most

graduation capWhile many banks and other lenders have stopped offering private student loans to focus on bigger, more profitable loan types, members still can depend on Unison Credit Union to help students of all ages pay for school. Credit unions have lower loan rates and provide more products and services for students, according to CBS Money Watch.
While students should first exhaust all sources of free money for school—grants and scholarships—and federal student loans, a private loan can help fulfill any remaining financial need. A Sallie Mae® Smart Option Student Loan from Unison offers competitive interest rates, payment flexibility and several re-payment and discount options. Low rates are just the beginning at Unison! We also offer no-fee checking and debit cards, low-rate credit cards and low-rate auto loans and mortgages. Added to that mix is personal service and financial education to help all of our college-age students manage their money wisely.

Are you a high school senior, a parent of one or know a graduating senior going to college who could use some FREE MONEY (yep, f-r-e-e $$)? The Unison Credit Union John Aman Memorial Scholarship awards $1,000 to up to three (3) individuals who best mirror the credit union philosophy of “people helping people”. Information and applications are available at any of our locations or on our website http://www.unisoncu.org/member-benefits/member-opportunities/scholarships.aspx

Application are due by March 23, 2013!

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