Cover cost of education with private student loans

Students make no payments while in school

By Wells Fargo Web Staff, Mary Claire Patton - Digital Content Curator

SAN ANTONIO - A Wells Fargo graduate loan may be able to help students cover the cost of their education, including eligible education-related expenses, such as tuition, housing, books, a laptop, lab fees, and more.

Other benefits include:

  • Students make no payments until six months after leaving school
  • No application, origination or early repayment fees
  • Competitive fixed or variable interest rate options
  • Reduce loan cost with interest rate discounts

Most graduate students can qualify without a co-signer. However, a co-signer could potentially help students get a lower interest rate. 

There is no application or origination fee, and no penalty for paying off a graduate student loan early. 

For Wells Fargo graduate student loans, students are not required to make payments while in school.

Repayment begins six months after students graduate or leave school.

The maximum in-school period is five years after the date of first disbursement. Interest continues to accrue during any deferment periods and is capitalized to the account upon entering repayment.

To learn more about Wells Fargo graduate student loan options click here.

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