Fund your Education.

We have several ways for you to apply for money to use toward post secondary studies.

 

Fund your Education.

We have several ways for you to apply for money to use toward post secondary studies.

 

Covering the Cost of Higher Education

When Federal Loans, scholarships, grants and assistance aren’t enough to cover the cost of your college education, private student loans can help.The CuScholar Private Student Loan available through TruPartner Credit Union could be the answer to your funding needs.

  • No origination fees for qualified student borrowers
  • Competitive interest rates
  • One easy monthly payment
  • 0.25% Interest rate reduction when you sign up for ACH payments
  • Cosigner release available after 24 months of on-time payments

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All loans are subject to approval. Rates, terms, and conditions are subject to change.

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Scholarships

We understand the power of education and believe financial barriers should never limit bright minds. Whether you’re a high school student preparing for university, an undergraduate seeking to lighten your financial burden, or a graduate student looking to fund your research, we’ve got you covered. Explore today and take a step towards your brighter future!

 

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The Scholarship Committee of the Area Credit Union Outreach Alliance (CACUOA) invites you to apply for a scholarship. There will be at least nine scholarships awarded at $1,000 each. To qualify, you must be at least a senior in a local high school and plan to enroll in post-high school studies, including vocational, professional and academic studies, which are not limited to colleges and universities. Applicants may also be anyone who is obtaining an Associate or Bachelor’s degree. You yourself must be a primary member of an Ohio Credit Union that has branches in one of the Cincinnati area counties to be eligible. (Cincinnati Area Counties are: Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clermont, Brown, and Adams.)