Are you considering college, looking to pursue a higher degree, or ready to consolidate your student loans after graduation?  Look no further than Healthcare Systems FCU!  We have partnered with College Ave to offer a range of student loan and refinance options to help you achieve your educational goals.


In-School Loans

 Paying for college can be stressful.  College Ave Student Loans can help undergraduate and graduate students with their school expenses. Whether you’re a college student, college graduate or the parent of a college student, we’ll help you find the best loan with an easy online application. There are no fees to apply and you'll get an instant credit decision. 



College Ave offers Student Loan Refinancing for graduates.  Refinancing your existing student loans can reduce your monthly payment and even the total cost of your loan. Plus, combining multiple loans into one loan can make repayment easier and simplify your life.

Is anyone ever happy with “one-size-fits-all”?  We don’t think so. Everyone has their own personal budget and goals. With College Ave, you create the repayment plan that works best for you. Refinance loan amounts as low as $5,000.*


How Do Student Loans Work?

One of the most important things you can do is filling out the FAFSA to apply for college financial aid.

Reading – and understanding – your financial aid award letter is a key part of assessing the cost of your college education.


Use our calculator to find a student loan payment and term that fits your budget.

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Get debt-free on your schedule.

 Financing your college education can feel overwhelming, so it's important to research the various payment and financial aid programs that may be available to you.

* $5,000 is the minimum requirement to refinance. The maximum loan amount is $300,000 for those with medical, dental, pharmacy or veterinary doctorate degrees, and $150,000 for all other undergraduate or graduate degrees.  Information advertised valid as of 02/02/2023. Variable interest rates may increase after consummation. Your actual rates and repayment terms may vary.