Friday, May 10, 2013

Fund Your Future!

It’s the time of year we find many High School seniors filled with excitement and enthusiasm (OK, nerves too) as college is on the horizon, closer than ever before.  While many are filled enthusiasm for the ‘next step’ in their life, they may also find they are weighed down with worry of the financial burdens that can come with college.  Have no fear; St. Cloud Federal Credit Union is here!

At SCFCU, we offer a Private Student Loan Program.  Our Student Loan program is affordable, easy to apply for, and has fast approval.  The program has a plethora of benefits, including:
-- Zero Origination Fees for all qualified student borrowers
-- Competitive Interest Rates (and with good grades, you’ll get even lower rates!)
-- 1% Interest Rate Reduction once 10% of the loan principal is repaid during the full repayment period
-- 30-day No-Fee Return Policy – allows you to cancel the loan if you find a better option
-- Cosigner Release available after 24 consecutive on-time principal + interest payments

You can borrow as little as $2,000 or up to the entire cost of attendance per year.  There is a maximum of $120,000 in Undergrad loans and $160,000 in graduate loans.  You can use your Student Loan for a variety of payments including tuition, cost of room and board, books or computer expenses, and even past due tuition bills!

You do not have to be a current Member of our Credit Union to apply, although to receive the loan you must become a Member for final loan approval.  The good news is, anyone who lives, works, or worships in the Tri-County (Stearns, Benton, or Sherburne) county area, or has an immediate family member that does can be a Member of St. Cloud Federal Credit Union!  For more information about our Student Loan program and it's requirements, visit  Or, CLICK HERE to apply now!

Congrats to all graduates, we’re proud of you and excited for what your future has to offer! 

 We are People Helping People.

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