Q&A: Where can I find loans for students without co-signers?

Question by Ray_Ray: Where can I find loans for students without co-signers?

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Answer by Kacky
You could Google “student loan” and your state. If the loan is not for tuition, I don’t think you can get credit without a guarantor.

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3 thoughts on “Q&A: Where can I find loans for students without co-signers?”

  1. You can get a student loan that is backed by the government, such as a stafford loan, which is not credit based, so you can qualify for it without a co-signer, but the money is sent directly to the school, not yourself-meaning you can only use it for direct school tuiton. On the other hand, if you apply for a private student loan, it is credit based and you will only qualify for it without a co-signer, if you have a good credit score (somewhere around 700) , a us citizen or permanent resident, and do not have any collections or anything negative on your credit report for 24 months. You can apply for a government student loan at (fafsa). Good luck!

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