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How do you qualify for Navy federal student loan?

I’d like to know what criteria are set by Navy federal student loans. What do you need to be eligible for this kind of financial help? Is being in the military enough? Or do you need to follow some other steps? I was looking for any federal student loan but heard about this option. Now, I’m interested in this offer and hope that its conditions and plans are good. Ideally, I’d like to get a subsidized student loan. Do they offer these at Navy?

There are many other questions in my head that I’d like to be answered. However, the most important right now is the possibility to get a federal direct subsidized loan.

Dana Keller

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Tara Andrews on April 2, 2018

Navy federal loans for students are meant for military and their families. The program sets a few other requirements for eligibility. However, they are all just common sense. First of all, you have to be an Active Duty member of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Secondly, you can a veteran or a retiree. Also, you can be a DoD civilian employee or a family member of any of the abovementioned. To apply for Navy federal loan, you will need a social security number, government ID or a driver’s license, a bank account, and an address. That’s all you need. As you see, there are not many rules there. These are just the regular requirements.

There are many benefits of getting a Navy student loan. The program takes care of the members of its huge military family. Here, you’ll get affordable interest rates that can be reduced if you sign the automatic payment agreement. There are no application and origination fees. The support center is ready to help you any financing problems you have. I’d say that if you are a member of Navy Federal Credit Union, you are in good hands.

Here, you can also get a private loan to get better financing. This way, your college years will be free of worries. Navy private student loans offer variable interest rates that can be as low as 4.09 APR. If you choose a fixed rate, you can get 5.58% APR. There are various repayment options that can help you reduce the overall price. You can request a co-signer release after a certain number of payments. You can borrow as little as $2000 to as much as $120000 per year. Here, you can read the detailed information on how they work and apply for one -

No federal student loans can be as good as these are. I don’t exactly know about subsidized student loans by Navy, but you ask this question at its financing consulting center. Here is its Contact Us page - - there are many options to choose from. There is also an FAQ section that can give you answers.

In general, if you become a member of Navy Federal Credit Union, many doors will open for you. This organization has many great offers for you outside of education as well.

As for federal direct subsidized loans, there are many other options for you to choose from if this program doesn’t support them.

Jordan Soto2 years ago

Yes, I agree, the organization is great and takes care of its members. The services it provides are diverse that anyone can find what they are looking for here. As for college options, the support system of Navy is impressive. I personally envy my friend who could get a Navy loan. He is happy and worries about nothing but his studies. The conditions and requirements are sensible, so are the interest rates. The programs are quite flexible and you can discuss some details.

Navy also offers good refinancing programs. With its help, you can lower your payments, simplify your loans, and release a co-signer.

I’m looking for a federal student loan myself right now. I’d be happy to find the same conditions as Navy offers.

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