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Whether your college plans involve heading to campus or logging on for online learning, one thing is certain: You will need a way to pay. Although federal student loans are often the most affordable way to borrow, they may not be enough to cover all of your college costs. Private student loans, as well as grants and work-study programs, can cover the gap between what you need and how much you can afford to pay toward your college expenses. 

But be cautious about borrowing too much. “With so much uncertainty regarding college campuses and fall class schedules, planning for expenses is not an easy task,” says Bruce McClary, vice president of marketing for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling and U.S. News contributor.

This guide can help you navigate the uncertain school year. What you’ll learn here:

  • How do private student loans work?

  • What are the drawbacks of private student loans?

  • How can you choose the best private student loans?

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Links To Private Funding:

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SoFi 

SoFi aims to revolutionize financial services—ultimately improving the system for everyone.

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CareCredit

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PNC

 PNC provides a range of loans for students at all stages of postsecondary education, including professional training loans and refinancing.