After determining whether you qualify for government-sponsored student loans, which generally offer more favorable terms, you may want to consider credit-based loans to help pay direct and indirect college expenses.
On an annual basis, Boston University invites private lenders to provide information about their products through a Request for Information (RFI) process. The University has reviewed the information provided by every lender who submitted information and, based on the information submitted, identified the following loan products as having competitive rates, customer service, and borrower benefits.
You are not required to borrow from one of the lenders listed here or in other University materials. You may choose to borrow from any lender without penalty.
We urge you to compare credit-based loan information and terms carefully to determine the best fit for your particular circumstances. You must apply for credit-based loans directly with lenders. Calculated financial eligibility is not required for approval, but applicants must meet credit and other eligibility requirements set by individual lenders.
You must complete Private Education Loan Self-Certification Form and submit it to the lender before your application for a private educational loan can be processed.
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Credit-based Loans Offered by Your State
Certain states sponsor credit-based loans. If you are a resident of one of the states listed below, you may want to consider a state loan.