Financing your college education sometimes seems like a complicated equation with confusing multifaceted solutions. First you’ll want to apply for school-based and government-backed scholarships & grants. But, when they’ve put together their best offer, there may still be a distance between financial resources and projected cost. You might choose to turn to private loan to help fill that funding gap.
This is just one source for investigating private loan options. We’ve posted it here for informational purposes only, and it is not to be considered an endorsement.
The Marketplace is a webportal through which you can complete a single private loan application, then have the ability to compare loan terms from a variety of financial loan institutions. Filling out one application simplifies the loan process, and puts less pressure on your credit rating from initial loan inquiries.
Private colleges in 12 states (Alabama, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee) are participating in this online comparative and shopping tool.
In Oregon, prospective students considering these schools may find Marketplace’s services useful: Concordia University, Corban College, Lewis & Clark College, Linfield College, Linfield College Portland Campus, Marylhurst University, Multhomah Bible College & Seminary, Oregon College of Art & Craft, Pacific University, Reed College, University of Portland, Warner Pacific College and Willamette University.