Annual Percentage Rate (APR) = Interest Rate adjusted for applicable fees and discounts
|Term||Index||Interest Rate||Estimated Monthly Payment||Estimated Total Payment|
|Variable, based on 1-Month LIBOR and
may increase after loan consummation,
subject to floor rate of 2.99%
|4.91% - 8.90%
(4.81% APR - 8.39% APR)
|$114.70 - $159.62||$15,114.00 - $20,504.40|
Assuming a $10,000 loan amount, a 4.81% APR, and a 10-year term, you would make 54 (48 months in school + 6 month grace period) monthly payments of $25 while enrolled in school followed by 120 monthly payments of $114.70 to repay this loan. If the APR is 8.39% and the loan amount remains $10,000 you would make 54 monthly payments of $25 while you are enrolled in school followed by 120 monthly payments of $159.62 to repay this loan. The APR may increase during the life of the loan and can result in higher monthly payments.
The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) represents the total amount a loan will cost over a one-year period. Expressed as a single percentage, the APR gives borrowers a clear understanding of a loan's true overall cost, as it accounts for the interest rate, together with any and all fees.The APR also considers how the loan is paid back, including the amount of monthly payments and the length of any deferment period and the repayment period. The APR may be lower than the interest rate as a result of automatic rate reductions that are to occur at a future date or because the loan has a deferment period during which full payments of principal and/or interest are not required.
The monthly minimum payment during the Repayment Period is your calculated monthly payment or $50.00, whichever is greater.
The London Interbank Offered Rate (or LIBOR) is a daily reference rate based on the interest rates at which
banks borrow unsecured funds from other banks. This offered rate is the funding cost to a bank and is commonly
used as a benchmark for the bank's lending rate.
This loan has a variable interest rate that is based on a publicly available index, the 1-Month LIBOR, as published in The Wall Street Journal. Your rate may change each month and will be calculated by adding the 1-Month LIBOR to a margin between 4.31% and 8.05%. There is no limit on the amount that the rate could increase at one time, however your rate will never exceed 18%. The APR for a variable rate loan may increase during the life of the loan if the index increases. This may result in higher monthly payments.
The lower rate displayed in the rate range above assumes a 0.25% reduction (subject to the floor rate) upon borrower enrolling in automatic payments. If the automatic payment is cancelled any time after enrollment, the rate reduction will discontinue. This rate reduction may be suspended during any period of forbearance or deferment.
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