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Find TruFit Student Loans® for grad school

A graduate degree can set you apart in the job market and put you closer to the career you want. Whether you want to teach, work in Allied Health, or get a masters or doctorate in another specialty, a private student loan offers an affordable way to cover higher education costs. When you’re looking for grad school student loans, turn to Citizens Bank for options that suit your unique needs.

Private grad school loans with flexible terms make your dreams of an advanced degree, a reality

Finding student loans for grad school that work with your timeline and budget may seem like a daunting task, but Citizens Bank has the answer. Our TruFit Student Loan offers competitive interest rates and repayment options, as well as an up to eight-year deferment option while you’re in school. Rather than settling for one-size-fits-all grad school loans, we let you choose the best terms to help pay for your specific program.

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The benefits of the TruFit Student Loan for grad school

  • Our grad school loans are available with your choice of competitive fixed or variable interest rates, as low as 2.67% APR1.
  • You can defer our grad school student loans for up to eight years while in school.
  • No application, origination or disbursement fees.
  • For a limited time, lower your interest rate by up to 0.50 percentage points with available discounts2.
  • Flexible repayment options (see examples).
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Citizens Bank is here to help

Need more information on student loans for grad school or other ways to pay for school? Visit Paying for School: The Facts

Or talk to a Student Loan Specialist at 1-800-708-6684.

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