Consolidating student loan programs
Most borrowers will need a cosigner for this loan to meet credit, employment, and debt-to-income requirements.Rates are typically higher without a cosigner; however, borrowers that meet these requirements on their own do not need a cosigner (but may still choose to apply with a cosigner).
However, the interest rate is fixed for the life of the loan.And while you’re at it, check out So Fi’s new Student Loan Debt Navigator tool to assess your student loan repayment options. With prevailing interest rates at historic lows, some private lenders offer rates that are significantly better than a high-rate federal loan.This is particularly true for grad school borrowers who use unsubsidized Direct loans and Graduate PLUS loans to finance their education.Learn more about Direct Consolidation Loans on the Federal Student Aid site Apply now at Student Private student loans are NOT eligible for consolidation into a Direct Consolidation Loan.You may also add eligible loans to your existing Direct Consolidation Loan using the form below – if you are within 180 days of the date we paid off the first loans you are consolidating.After 180 days, you will need to apply for a new Direct Consolidation Loan.
Request to Add a Loan to an Existing Federal Direct Consolidation Loan Mail your completed form to: Navient - Department of Education Loan Servicing Attn: Loan Consolidations Originations P. Box 6180 Indianapolis, IN 46206-6180 The interest rate is calculated by the weighted average of the interest rates of the loans consolidated, rounded up to the nearest 0.125 percent.
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No origination fees in most states, no prepayment penalties.
Discounts reduce the amount of interest you pay over the life of the loan.