Student Loan Consolidation

A postgraduate degree is probably one of the smartest investments you can make: A 2002 U.S. Census Bureau report found that adults with master’s degrees earn an average of $11,000 more a year that adults with bachelor’s degrees, and adults with professional degrees earn an average of $49,000 more a year. But that advanced degree doesn’t come without a price tag.
Paying for graduate school can be more difficult than financing an undergraduate degree. Grad school tuition may be more expensive. Living expenses can be higher. Unanticipated expenses related to research might set you back. In fact, lack of adequate funding is one of the key reasons graduate students give for dropping out of school before completing their thesis and dissertation.

As a graduate student, you might think your financing options are more limited, or that it’s hard to find financial aid specifically for graduate school. But the fact is, there are many financial aid options to help you finance your graduate studies, you just need to know where to look. And that’s where NextStudent Loans can help.
And don’t forget about loan consolidation. It can save you hundreds, even thousands, over the life of your student loans. NextStudent can help you substantially lower your monthly student loan payments and put loads of extra cash in your pocket with the Federal Student Loan Consolidation Program. Federal student loan rates are low right now, but consolidating your student loans with NextStudent could help you lower your student loan payments even more. And when you consolidate your student loans, you could get more time—up to 20 more years—to repay. Anyone with an eligible federal student loan or federal parent loan can consolidate with the NextStudent Federal Consolidation Program. There are no credit checks, you don’t need a co-signer, and you don't need to know the details of your current student loan portfolio. Whether you have one or multiple federal education loans, with the Federal Student Consolidation Loan program, you could significantly lower your monthly payments and get up to 30 years to repay your parent or student loans.
If you’ve already consolidated your federal student loans but still have private student loans you want to consolidate, you’re in luck. With the new NextStudent Private Consolidation Loan, you can consolidate all your eligible private student loans at record-low rates that could save you money.
Just complete the simple four-step online application with Electronic Signature, and you could be on your way to lower payments each month.