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For many, the first step into adulthood is planning for life after high school. If college is in your future, check out our college planning info.

Looking for advice on planning for college? Credit Union Student Choice provides a variety of articles from student lending to getting along with roommates.

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1st Ed Credit Union’s Scholarships

1st Ed Credit Union is offering graduating high school students the opportunity to receive one of four $1,500 scholarships to be used at the college, university, or trade school of their choice. Download 1st Ed Credit Union’s 2018 Scholarship Packet Today! All Scholarship Application Forms are due by close of business February 1, 2018. You...

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Student Choice - A private student loan solution with your best interest in mind

Zero origination fees, lower rates and flexible repayment terms — a better way to pay for college.

Don’t let gaps in federal funding keep you from getting your education. Our Student Choice Private Lending Solution provides the additional funds you need and features you want, including: Zero origination or prepayment fees Lower interest rates Flexible repayment options Easy online application and approval Convenient line of credit structure that lets you apply once...

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You Got Them This Far, We’ll Help Them Through College

Our congratulations go out to the upcoming Class of 2018 and their parents! Preparing for college is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful as you start to tally the costs. College is expensive! Before you get overwhelmed, take a deep breath and take the process one step at a time. How much...

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Deciphering Your Financial Aid Award Letter - Listen Now!

Deciphering Your Financial Aid Award Letter

College award letters are a crucial piece of the financial aid puzzle that can ultimately determine which school a student will choose to attend. Student Choice’s College Access Counselor will help families better understand award letters so they can make educated decisions about their options. During the webinar, you will learn about: What’s included in...

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Avoid ID Theft at College

When a FREE T-Shirt Isn’t Really FREE You’ve seen them – the tents, tables, balloons, and freebies like pens and t-shirts lining the sidewalks of your busy college town. Most days you walk on by, but today they’ve caught your attention. And why not, the t-shirt is pretty cool, and who doesn’t like a free...

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