Paying for College the Smart Way

UThe majority of parents and students agree that higher education is an investment in the future. But given today’s economic realities, students are footing a larger percentage of the college bill than previously.

As more Americans pursue their dream of higher education, many students are looking for ways to fund the gap between financial aid and college expenses. That’s why Unison Credit Union has partnered with Sallie Mae® to offer you the Smart Option Student Loan®.

The loan offers three in-school repayment options and allows students to borrow up to 100 percent of school certified education costs (minimum $1,000). The options are designed to help you pay off your loan faster and save money compared to a conventional private loan. The loan also offers competitive interest rates and there are no origination or disbursement fees for students attending degree-granting institutions. Plus, applying with a creditworthy cosigner may lower the interest rate – and gives a better chance of approval.

Investing in higher education continues to be one of the best decisions you can make– and we want to help make it happen. Together, we can do this. Find resources for navigating the college application process, learn more about the Smart Option Student Loan®, and apply online at unisoncu.org.

Unison Credit Union, Sallie Mae® and you. Together we can do this!

SALLIE MAE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY OR DISCONTINUE PRODUCTS, SERVICES AND BENEFITS AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE. CHECK THE SALLIE MAE WEBSITE (www.salliemae.com) TO OBTAIN THE MOST UP-TO-DATE PRODUCT INFORMATION.
Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loans are made by Sallie Mae Bank® or a lender partner.
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Unison Credit Union is compensated for the referral of Smart Option Student Loan customers.

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