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Student Loan Refinance

Fixed-rate loans.

Save thousands of dollars when you refinance your student loans with First Tech.

As low as 2.45% APR APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Actual rate will be determined based on the applicant’s credit history, and final loan terms. All loans are subject to credit approval. Credit Union membership is required and subject to approval.

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Refinance or consolidate your student loans.

Whether you’d like to pay off your loans faster to save on overall interest, or you’d simply like to lower your monthly payments to free up cash for other things, we have plans that can help and experts to walk you through the details. Explore your options with one of our Student Loan Specialists and see how much you can save.

  • No application fees, origination fees, or prepayment penalties
  • Flexible loan terms of 5, 7, 10, or 15 years
  • No payments for 90 daysDeferring your first payment (up to 90 days from the funding date of your loan) is optional and is not a condition of your loan. Deferring your loan payment may affect your APR and the total interest you pay. All other loan terms and provisions will remain the same.
  • DebtSafe® Optional payment protection
  • No-cost, no-obligation consultation by calling 1.888.422.5680

A personalized First Tech Rate in 30 seconds or less with check my rate.

Click the “Check My Rate” button below to get your rate for a 5 year term! Checking your rate will not affect your credit score.Check my rate: To check the rates and terms First Tech Federal Credit Union conducts a soft credit pull that will not affect your credit score. However, if you choose a product and continue your application, we will request your full credit report from one or more consumer reporting agencies, which is considered a hard credit pull and may affect your credit. All loan applications are subject to credit approval. Membership is required and subject to approval.

What is Check My Rate? Have more questions like this? Check out our full FAQ for more information. 
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