Student Loan Refinancing

Take control of your student loan debt. We'll help you refinance your federal and private student loans.

Refinance your student loan debt through LendKey today.

Are you a current member of Veridian?


We’re here to help you make your student loans more manageable. That's why we've teamed up with LendKey to make repaying your student loan debt easier.

With no application fee and no origination fee, applying is simple: choose the option that best fits your situation, and apply online through LendKey. 

Student Loan Refinancing

Why should you refinance?

When refinancing, you can combine your federal and private student loans into one loan. Your new loan will be the amount needed to pay off the loans you’re consolidating, so you have one monthly payment with a new, low interest rate and a repayment plan that works for you. You will maximize your savings and simplify your finances*.

Your term

Veridian offers student loan refinancing with terms of 5, 7, 10 or 15 years*.

Your interest rate

Choose a student loan with a fixed interest rate or variable interest rate. 

Your payment

Refinance federal or private loans of at least $7,500 into one payment.

See how much you can save

*Benefits from refinancing may vary and specific outcomes are not guaranteed. Your actual savings will depend on factors including, but not limited to, your existing loan details, credit score, new rate (subject to change) and new term. Applications are taken online at Visit website for information on credit costs and terms. LendKey will process the loan application and service your loan, including the monthly payment.

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What should you know about student loans?

Most of America's household debt is made up of mortgages, followed closely by student loans.

2017 college seniors graduate with an average debt of $39,400.

60% of Americans who attend college borrow money to help cover the cost.

Student loan debt will not go away if you file for bankruptcy.

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