Let's work together to get you the lowest private student loan rates.
We make lenders compete to offer you lower rates
than you can get on your own.
How? Group bargaining power:
- Signup below - no cost, no commitment, no credit check
- Lenders compete for your group’s business
- You get the best offer (for your credit profile)
members signed up so far
$530M+ in loans
secured at the lowest rates
1.6% lower rate
for the median member
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How it Works
We gather large groups of people and get lenders to compete for our business.
You sign up.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and help us grow our negotiating power by spreading the word.
We run a bid.
Using the power of your voices, we make lenders compete for our collective business.
We share the negotiated deals with you and you can decide to use it or not.
There’s no commitment.
Free, Fast and Eazy
Signing up is free and takes less than 2 minutes. We don’t run a credit check and don’t need your social security number.
Months of research and the competitive process ensure that our members get the best rates in the market. You’re always free to compare yourself!
Invite those you care about and help the negotiation be successful. The larger the group, the better our chances of success. You'll also get rewarded for helping grow our community.
We will keep you informed through the entire process so you can make informed decisions.
The Ultimate Guide to Student Loans
Student loans are confusing. There is so much competing, incorrect, and opaque language out there about student loans and what they are, so we’ve decided to make this guide to help. It may not answer all your questions, but it should answer most of them! This guide is organized by degree type, so you’ll see information for Undergraduate, Graduate, Graduate (MBA), and Graduate (Law, Medical School). We’ll also include tips for what to do with your student loans after you’ve graduated.