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What Should I Do When My Tuition Bill Arrives?

July 22, 2011

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By Alex Braun

It’s that time of the year again! Back-to-school means back to, um, paying for school.Yes, the not-so-fun part.

As soon as you receive your tuition bill, you’ll want to do these few things:

  1. Make sure it’s accurate.
  2. Deduct any financial aid or scholarships you’ve already received.
  3. Make a payment plan.
  4. Execute your plan.

Of course, you should only turn to private loans if you’ve exhausted all financial aid, scholarships and federal loans. But if you do need a private loan, we can help you get the best deal possible.

Through a partnership with SimpleTuition, we have a nifty loan comparison tool that can help you examine offers from lenders like SunTrust, Citi, Union Federal, Discover, Sallie Mae and Collegiate Custom Choice and pick which one works best for you.

By using it, you can see details like APR, total cost, monthly payment, borrower rewards and student loan deferment options and compare them directly with competing offers.

To take a look, head on over to our Find Private Student Loans page.

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