Refinance Student Loans

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Should I refinance my student loans?

Refinancing lets you trade in your high-rate student debt for one low-rate loan with a single monthly payment. If you're looking to pay off your debt sooner with a shorter term, lower your monthly payment with a longer term, or consolidate your loans into one simple monthly payment, you're in the right place.

When you refinance your student debt with UW Credit Union, you can:

  • Refinance one loan or multiple loans (minimum of $5,000 total). Federal loans, parent PLUS loans and private student loans can be refinanced.
  • Get a fixed or variable rate with a term of 5, 7, 10, or 15 years. 
  • Get a 0.25% discount on your rate when you enroll in automatic payments.1
  • Request interest-only payments for up to two, 3-month increments.2
  • Forget about hidden fees. You won't pay a cent in annual fees or pre-payment penalties.
  • Get help from our experts any time you need it. The refinance process is easy to navigate, and we're always here to help. 
  • Take a Break - Over the life of your loan, you can request up to two, 3-month increments of interest-only payments and up to two, 3-month increments of forbearance (skip a payment).2

Learn more about student loans and refinancing in our FAQs. See our comparison chart to review family loans, home equity and federal loans.

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Refinance - Variable Rate

Rates as Low as
4.74
%
APR * 5-Year

Refinance - Fixed Rate

Rates as Low as
6.89
%
APR * 5-Year

Take an additional 0.25% off your rate with automatic payments!1

Easy refinance process

Our online application process is simple. See how it works and what to expect when you refinance your student loans. 

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