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Student Loans

 

The beginning of your college career is one of the most exciting and important times in your life. There are many important choices to make, and who you choose to service your student loans1 is one of them.

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STUDENT LOAN TYPES

We have partnered with Sallie Mae®1 to offer various student loans to cover multiple education types.

  • Undergraduate
  • Masters
  • Loans for parents
  • Medical School
  • Dental School
  • Law School
  • Loans for the bar exam

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STUDENT LOAN INFO

Every student has a different story, and everyone’s plan is different. Our student loans are designed to be tailored to your needs.

  • Competitive interest rates
  • Variable and fixed-rate options
  • Multiple repayment options
  • No origination fees; no prepayment penalty

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Educational Savings Account2

Save before your child starts college or trade school with our Educational Savings Account!

A college or trade school education can offer job opportunities, important skillsets, and increased wages, but these benefits of education are expensive as tuition, books and dorm fees increase each year. Our Educational Savings Account lets you be prepared for future education expenses.

The Educational Savings Account is an dividend-earning savings account for use on future education costs. The account must be open for a minimum of three years and is paid out on the child’s first day of college or 18th birthday, whichever comes first. Any withdrawal from the Educational Savings Account before these dates will close the account and result in a penalty (some exceptions may apply.)

Open an Educational Savings Account over the phone or at any of our branches.

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TIPS FOR STUDENTS
Get a
Part-Time Job

One of the best ways to save money for college is to get a part-time job. This can be at a grocery store, restaurant, or any other hourly position. There are also opportunities like babysitting, dog-sitting, or mowing lawns.

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Senior Year Celebrations

While graduation parties and senior trips can be a lot of fun, they can also rack up a large price tag. If you make cuts to these budgets you can use that money to cover some of your college costs, while still celebrating all your accomplishments.

Apply for
Scholarships

You’ll never know unless you try! Apply for all scholarships that you qualify for. Even if they are smaller amounts, they add up in the end!

 
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