Understand your financial aid offer
Not sure what your offer means for your future? This tool helps you make a plan to pay for costs that your offer doesn't cover. If you're looking at student loans, it helps you decide how much you can afford to borrow. We also break down confusing jargon, give money saving tips, and point out pitfalls to be aware of.
Repay your student loans
Get to know your rights and responsibilities as a student loan holder. Investigate options for your specific situation, including income-based repayment and consolidation loans.
Explore federal student loan cancellation and forgiveness
Get information and answers to frequently asked questions about student loan forgiveness programs and one-time federal student loan cancellation.
Student financial guides
For many people, how to pay for a college education is one of the first major financial decisions they'll make. These guides cover some of the big decisions you’ll face and will help you understand your options for financing your college education.
If you’re considering student loans to help you pay for school, you’re not alone – many students need loans to cover their full cost of attendance. If you have to take out student loans, comparing your options can help you find the student loan best suited for your needs.
Unlike that first school ID photo, your first banking relationship could last long after you graduate. Making a smart decision now will mean fewer surprise fees that can add up later.
Financial inTuition podcast
Learn tips and strategies on how to make more informed financial decisions around managing money, saving, and paying for higher education, and repaying student loan debt.
Student loan FAQs
The student loan portal will help those prepping for college, already in college or repaying student loan debt. We have tools and resources available to help students make the best decision for them.
Know Before You Owe: Student debt
We teamed up with the Department of Education to create the financial aid shopping sheet to help students more easily understand and compare different financial aid packages.