This article is sponsored by the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority (CHESLA). It does not reflect the work or opinions of NBC Connecticut's editorial staff. To learn more about CHESLA, visit chesla.org.
Recent college grads should be focusing on their careers, not worrying how they’re going to finish paying off student loans. Caitlin, a recent UConn grad, was looking for a way to make her student loan debt manageable so she could focus on future ventures.
If, like Caitlin, you are looking to focus on your career instead of stressing about your finances, there’s a simple solution at your fingertips, thanks to CHESLA—the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority. CHESLA is Connecticut’s leading resource for students planning their college education, and now, provides refinancing for recent graduates with Refi CT.
With low fixed interest rates, Refi CT offers manageable refinancing options for recent graduates of colleges and universities in Connecticut. Now you can focus on your career without stressing about your finances.
Not sure if your plan is eligible? Refi CT takes any kind of student loan, including federal loans, PLUS Loans, and private loans, for both undergraduate and graduate students. CHESLA is committed to expanding higher educational opportunities by providing cost-effective financing programs for students, and now offers refinancing solutions.
What’s holding you back? See what’s possible with Refi CT. Visit chesla.org/content/refi-ct to learn more.