Astrive

The money you need for tuition, housing and more..

BACKGROUND
Astrive Student Loans are designed to supplement other types of school financing, and often cover educational expenses not normally addressed within scholarship or federal grant/loan programs. This means that tuition, room and board, lab fees, computers, traveling expenses to and from home over breaks, and studying abroad can now be considered legitimate educational expenses.

Terms on the Astrive loan are designed to become due 180 days after either graduation or after terminating the education process for any reason. Post-graduate work will delay repayment until such time as the degree is completed. Students may choose to pay interest payments during the loan term, thereby deferring some of the accumulated costs of the loan.

PRO
- Clearly outlined loan perimeters
- Simple application process
- Deferred repayment plans when certain criteria is met
- Loan interest deductions when certain criteria are met

CON
- No pre-loan counseling is provided
- May need a co-signer
- Loan money must be repaid, unlike a scholarship or grant

EXPENSE
There is no acquisition or referral fee attached to applying for these funds. Astrive Loans will charge interest- but that will vary by client.

CONCLUSION
Astrive Student Loans does not pretend to be something that it is not. It is not a financial aid or scholarship program. It is a student loan facilitator. Astrive clearly spells out the conditions of the loan repayment and offers straightforward information concerning the application process.

COMMON MISSPELLINGS
Astride Loans, Strive Loans, A Strive Loan

Comments & Feedback
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Willie

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Would not recommend. Lousy jerks. posted Mar 29th, 2018 9:16 am


Denny

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Worked great for me posted Oct 17th, 2013 10:58 am


billie

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i am looking for a student loan that doesnt mail the check to the school but to me instead, can anyone help posted Sep 30th, 2010 8:54 pm


Polly

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Crappy as hell! posted Oct 20th, 2009 4:15 pm


Charlie

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Yes it is. I just got a loan last semester and when I apllied this time I was denied. The rep told me they have changede the criteria to get loan and that it is harder to get them now. posted Aug 25th, 2008 10:02 am


timmy

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with the credit market in its current state does anyone know if it is effecting student loans? posted Feb 27th, 2008 6:46 am


eddy

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I need money for school badly!!! posted Feb 27th, 2008 6:17 am



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