CampusEdge Student Loans

Published: 08th April 2009
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College costs can add up quickly. Once you've been able to cover tuition, there are many other education-related expenses such as books, housing, food, and lab fees. With all these expenses, student loans become a great option.

Bank of America offers the CampusEdge student loan. With CampusEdge you can get up to $50,000 per year so long as the loan amount does not exceed the estimated cost of attendance, less other financial aid.

These funds are sent directly to you, and you can defer payment until graduation, with the flexibility to make interest-only payments for up to 2 years following graduation. Principle and interest payments can be deferred for up to seven years while enrolled in a participating school's undergraduate program. Interest will accrue and will be added to your loan quarterly while in deferment and once at the beginning of repayment.

Bank of America makes the application process easy.

Submit an application online or by phone at any time, with no school certification needed.

You can apply without a co-borrower, but you may increase your likelihood of approval by applying with a credit worthy co-borrower.

Receive conditional approval in as little as 15 minutes.

Funds will be remitted in as few as five business days of final loan approval.

Make it easier to fund your degree. Apply now at bankofamerica.com/campusedgeloan or phone 1-866-457-4080.

NOTE: Credit is subject to approval. Certain restrictions may apply. Programs, rates, terms, and conditions may change without notice.

REMEMBER: Before applying for any loan, carefully research to be certain you are getting the best deal and never sign a contract that you haven't read. Make certain you know what you are getting into. Bank of America is not the only place to get a private loan. You may wish to check out other places as well if you want to get the lowest rate.

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Elise Fisher enjoys writing articles that will help college students, like her, understand more about college survival. She supervises her own website http://www.about-student-loans.com/ where all her articles can be read. WEBMASTERS: Use of this article requires links to remain in place
Elise Fisher enjoys writing articles that will help college students, like herself, understand more about college survival particularly about student loans and other finance options. WEBMASTERS: Use of this article requires links to remain intact.

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