Student Loan FAQs

Can I consolidate my private and federal student loans together?

No. We cannot consolidate your private and federal student loans together. Federally-backed student loans carry certain benefits that private student loans do not. Most of the federal benefits that come along with your federal student loans would be lost if they were combined together.

You can still consolidate both your private student loans and your federal student loans separately. And with the help of our highly trained loan consultants, we can make the process quick and simple for you.

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What are private student loans?

Private student loans are non-federal student loans that were made for the sole purpose of paying for qualified higher education expenses.

There are many different types of private or alternative student loans offered by various lenders. The following are a few common private student loan examples:

Please call one of our knowledgeable loan consultants to see if your loans qualify.

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What are federal student loans?

Federal student loans are federally-backed, low interest rate loans used to provide financial assistance for higher education. Congress and the U.S. Department of Education create the rules and regulations associated with federal student loans.

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What are the most common types of eligible federal student loans?

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