Finding a Bridge
Your high school student is just brimming with excitement...the first semester of college begins in just six months! But, there's still one big question remaining: How will they pay for all of this? College students have numerous sources of financial assistance available to them, including scholarships, grants and federal student loans. However, if all of these have been exhausted and a gap still remains, we have a private student loan program just for you!
With an iHelp Student Loan, qualifying students* can defer repayment until they are out of school, receive a low interest rate, and choose from a variety of long-term repayment plans. Hundreds of colleges and universities, including 75 in Illinois, are eligible to participate in this advantageous program. For additional details, check out our website, visit with your local Hometown Banker, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Approximately two-thirds of full-time undergraduate students receive grants that reduce the cost of college. A grant does not have to be repaid, so it's worth doing the research!
National Postsecondary Student Aid Study, 2012
*Offer of credit is subject to credit approval.