The Wisconsin River Bank
Smart Option Student Loan® by Sallie Mae®
For Borrowers Attending Degree-Granting Institutions
Now you can pay for college the smart way with three great repayment options and competitive interest rates!
The loan is an ideal solution to help you pay for college expenses not covered by scholarships and federal loans. To learn
more or to apply, please
get started here.
The Smart Option Student Loan features and benefits:
- We offer a choice of competitive
fixed and variable interest rates providing even more choice and flexibility.
- No origination fees and no
- Borrow up to 100% of school
certified education costs (minimum $1,000)
- Multiple in-school repayment
- Borrower benefits available -
like rewards and interest rate reductions
- Rates that reward creditworthy
- Applying with a creditworthy
cosigner may help you qualify and/or receive a lower rate
- Get a quick credit result by
applying online. It's quick, easy and only takes about 15 minutes to apply.
- 24/7 online account
To learn more or to apply, please
get started here.
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PAY FOR COLLEGE THE SMART WAY
The smartest strategy for paying for college is to tap the most affordable funds first. Here's how it works:
Step 1. Use Free Money First
Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA) to access need-based grants, then research and apply for scholarships. Consider supplementing grants and scholarships with current income and college savings.
Step 2. Explore Federal Loans
Federal Loans - some available regardless of need - offer students and parents low, fixed interest rates and flexible repayment options. You may be able to borrow up to your school's full cost of attendance with federal loans.
Step 3. Fill Any Gaps with Private Student Loans
One of the most popular private loans is the Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan®. Read further to see how you can save hundreds-even thousands-in repayment.