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What factors are used in the initial credit review?

How much can I borrow?

What happens if I default on my loan?

Is there a penalty for pre-payment or paying the loan off early?

In order to apply for a loan, do I need to know what school I'm attending?

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Union Federal Savings Bank is currently not taking applications for this program. If you have recently submitted a loan application and would like to check your status, please click here to access your account. If you completed a partial application, but did not submit it, the application is no longer eligible for submission.

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School Selection

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Application Requirements

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Depending on your situation, a cosigner may improve your approval chances or may be required altogether.
Why does a cosigner help?
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Enrollment Information

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The academic period may not exceed 12 months.
Your 'Start Date' cannot be more than 3 months in the future.
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Your expected graduation date must be on or after your academic period end date.
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Requested Loan Amount

Enter the amount of money you need to borrow and make sure it is within the minimum and maximum loan amount range. This range is based on a number of factors, including your school and loan type.
As you determine the best way to finance your education, you should consider the full range of student financial aid options available to you. Private loans are often used to supplement federal student loans, when federal loans are not sufficient to cover the full cost of education.


Yes. You can use your loan to cover education-related expenses included in your cost of attendance as defined by your school, which often includes expenses such as:

  • Tuition and school fees
  • Books and school supplies
  • Lab fees
  • Room and board
  • A computer
  • Transportation to and from school

Can I use my loan for expenses other than tuition?


Cost Less Aid simply means that you can borrow up to the cost of attendance for your school minus any other financial aid that you may be receiving. Don't worry if you do not know yet how much other aid you may be receiving; your school will verify that you are not requesting more money than you actually need.

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Union Federal Savings Bank reserves the right to change or discontinue this Union Federal Private Student Loan program without notice.
Union Federal Savings Bank may sell your Union Federal Private Student Loan to a third party only if the purchaser agrees to honor all of Union Federal Savings Bank's promises to you, including all promised borrower benefits that you will receive or might become eligible to receive during the loan repayment period.

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