college gradsYou want to go to college. You know it may be one of the most important steps you can take to influence your future earnings. But college can be so expensive these days. Can you afford it? Should you just give it up?

We’re here to tell you that yes, you CAN go to college. We’ll show you how.

After exhausting all the free money such as grants and scholarships available to you, and federal aid, including federally sponsored loan programs, the remaining financing gap CAN be covered. iHELP is a private student loan you can use to fill your college financing gap, featuring an easy application process, transparent terms, and strong customer service.

iHELP Private Student Loans are provided to you through community minded member banks of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA).

iHELP and its lending partners are committed to helping you and your family make informed decisions about plans for higher education. We provide ongoing and current resources on school costs, estimated salaries for various careers, and free access to more than 17,000 available scholarships in the Career Planning Services section of our website at iHELPloan.com/cps.

The Reunion Student Loan Finance Corporation administers iHELP for its banks and has more than 30 years of experience in the student loan business. For more information, please visit www.ihelploan.com.

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