Student Loans

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Government Loans

Federal Loans
Government Loans
Stafford Loans
Perkins Loans
Federal Direct Loans
Low Interest Loans
Fed Loan Distribution
State Student Loans


Parent PLUS Loans
Graduate PLUS Loans
Home Equity

Bad Credit

Bad Credit
Fast Loans
No Credit Check Loans
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Major Lenders

Loan Organizations
Private Student Loans
ACS Student Loans
Sallie Mae
Signature Loans


Loan Companies
Bank of America
Bank One
Wells Fargo

Loan Consolidation

Loan Consolidation
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Consolidation for Graduate Students
Loan Repayment
Repayment Options
Loan Grace Period
Student Loan Discounts
Loan Cancellation

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Loan Forgiveness
Defaulted Loans
Getting Out of Default
Loan Deferment
Loan Forbearance

Key Bank Student Loans: Knowing Your Options

Most major banks across the country have dedicated divisions for education loans. Key Bank, with it's reputation for security and community investment, can help students secure and manage all of their Federal loans including the Stafford and Federal Direct PLUS Loans. For students who need help financing their college education, Key Bank can unlock the door to some much needed education loans.

Federal Key Bank Student Loans

Before considering any private lender loan, students should first investigate all of the Federal government's education loan options. Key Bank can act as administrator for all of the government's Federal Direct loan programs, and can help students secure and manage their government backed loans.

Key Bank can help students secure and mange the following Federal education loans:

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Private Lender Student Loans

When students turn to education loans to help pay for college, it is important to always exhaust all of your Federal financial aid options first before considering a private lender. However, college costs are always rising and many students will find that Federal loans and grants will not cover all of their college expenses. Private student loans can help bridge the gap left by Federal financial aid,but should be considered only as a last resort.

Key Bank no longer offers private lender loans for educational purposes. Families may consider taking out an unsecured loan, or a second mortgage through Key Bank to help pay for their children's education, but dedicated student loan programs have been suspended for the foreseeable future.