Private Student Loans
Do you have any gaps in funding for your Undergraduate Program or Graduate Business School? Merrimack Valley Credit Union and Bridgewater Credit Union, a division of Merrimack Valley Credit Union, can help you fill in those gaps! Upon graduation, you can save money with a lower interest rate and eliminate the hassle of multiple student loans with Student Loan Refinance.
Given the uncertainty of whether colleges will re-open this fall for in-person classes, many families are facing difficult decisions in the coming days and weeks. Because of that, we have added in some additional features to the already flexible Undergraduate Line of Credit:
- You do not need to indicate which school you're attending to complete the application
- You do not need to indicate a specific loan amount to complete the application
For more resources on how to navigate student loans and plan for college during this uncertain time, click here.
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Student Loan Overview
What you need to know about our student loan financing programs.
Borrow up to $75,000 for all 4 years using the flexible Line of Credit
Student Loan Refi
Consolidate your federal, PLUS and private student loans.
Graduate Business Loan
Borrow up to $100,000 for a Graduate business degree.
Competitive rates for undergrad, graduate business and refi loans.
How to Apply
Applying is easy. Get a decision within 24 hours.
There are 2,000 4-year, not-for-profit public and private colleges and universities who participate in the federal student aid programs
Information to help you get started.
Subject to credit qualification and annual credit review. Must meet school's Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements. Approved schools subject to change without notification.
*See rates page for additional information, repayment examples, and important disclosures