SunTrust Graduate Business School Loan
|Who Is the Borrower?||Eligible graduate students; borrower must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident.|
|Interest Rate||Interest rates are tiered and both fixed and variable rate options are available. Fixed rates range from 4.00% to 9.69%. Variable rates are indexed to the 1-month LIBOR and range from 1-month LIBOR plus 2.24% to LIBOR plus 7.45%. There is no interest rate cap unless the borrower is a resident of Texas, for whom rates are caped at 18%. Rates are reset monthly.|
|Credit Criteria||Approval and interest rates are based on the student borrower’s and/or co-borrower’s creditworthiness as determined by SunTrust.|
|Fees||There are no origination, disbursement, repayment or default/insurance fees.|
|Minimum and Maximum Allowed||Loans are approved from $1,001 up to the lesser of $85,000 or the total cost of education minus any financial aid, including any Federal Stafford Student Loan. The maximum aggregete limit, inclusive of all the borrower’s educational debt, is $175,000.|
|Repayment Terms||Standard repayment of principal and interest begins immediately. The maximum repayment period is 10 years. No prepayment penalties.|
|Enrollment Status||Students must be enrolled at least half time in a graduate degree program.|
|Deferment Options||Interest only and deferred repayment options are available. Hardship forbearance may be granted under certain circumstances.|
|Can Loan be Sold?||SunTrust Bank states that it does not routinely sell its loans.|
|Other Borrower Benefits||Borrowers get a 0.25% interest rate reduction when payments are automatically deducted from their personal bank account; 0.50% if from a SunTrust account . Borrowers get a 1% reduction of principal upon graduation.|
|How to Apply||
Get more information and/or apply online: http://www.suntrusteducation.com/
Contact SunTrust at: 866-232-3889.
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