Lending

Student Lending

By Rebecca McClay | May 23, 2012

One Harvard student made an “emotional decision” to eliminate his student loan debt no matter what he had to forfeit.

By Bailey Reutzel | April 23, 2012

SIU Credit Union and A+ Federal Credit Union are among the credit unions teaching children to save at an early age.

By Callahan & Associates | April 18, 2012

GUASFCU focuses on products and services for students through the cyclical changes of the school year.

By Rebecca McClay | April 13, 2012

GUASFCU offers repeat loan promotions that target repeat applicants.

By Rebecca McClay | April 10, 2012

GUASFCU offers repeat loan promotions that target repeat applicants.

By Rebecca McClay | April 7, 2012

GUASFCU’s marketing efforts provide an example for credit unions looking to connect with college-age members.

By Rebecca McClay | April 5, 2012

Gen Y’s product demands now include first mortgages and auto loans, whereas Baby Boomers are turning toward retirement products.

By Rebecca McClay | April 2, 2012

Arlington Community Federal Credit Union recognizes that young adults ready to buy their first car might need help with saving funds and purchasing the vehicle.

By Aaron Pugh | April 2, 2012

Diversified student loans offerings help one credit union meet a wider segment of member needs.

By Rebecca McClay | March 27, 2012

Georgetown University students shadow their predecessors closely before becoming executives of GUAFSCU, a student-run credit union.

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