Student Loan E-Statements
Why student loan e-statements are good for everyone
For most college-aged students, tending to personal business through online tools and being environmentally responsible are almost second nature. If you have federal or private loans, it is worth checking with your lender to see if they offer e-statements, which allow you to view and pay your student loan statements online and also earn rewards.
Another attractive option many lenders offer is automatically deducting the regularly scheduled monthly payment from your bank account. For example, the Citizens Bank Trufit Student Loan® authorizes our servicing provider, V-tek, to provide this option through their KwikPay™ Automated Payments.
While you're enrolled in school, view your student loan interest statements online. This is an option most lenders give borrowers upon securing the loan. When you begin repaying your student loans, you'll begin receiving secure e-statements, which provide monthly account information. They'll help keep you apprised of any amounts due, the dates they are due, and both the interest and principal on your loan(s).
If you have a Citizens Bank TruFit Student Loan® and an eligible Citizens Bank account sign up for automatic payment deductions through KwikPay and you'll receive a 0.50% interest rate reduction on your TruFit Student Loan or 0.25% interest rate reduction for automating payments from any eligible non-Citizens Bank account.
Learn more about a Citizens Bank TruFit Student Loan®
Learn how you can simplify your student loan repayment with convenient student banking accounts. Take advantage of all these great services by applying for an affordable Citizens Bank TruFit Student Loan®. If you have questions, call a student loan specialist at 1-800-708-6684, and we'll help walk you through the process.
Additional student loan and college planning resources
- Students and Identity Theft
- Understanding your Student Loan Statements
- Go Green! View Your Banking and Loan Status Online
- Benefits of Automatic Payment Deduction