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Student Loans

We Make Managing Your Student Loans Easy

We’re here to help you make your student loans more manageable, which is why we’ve teamed up with LendKey*. LendKey helps you save on refinancing your student loans – or with low-rate private student loans! Select the type of student loan you’re interested in below and explore options online in minutes, to find a solution that fits your unique financial situation.

Private Student Loans (In-School)

Launch Credit Union understands it’s not easy to get through school without financial assistance. A private student loan from Launch Credit Union can help pay for your educational expenses that weren’t covered by your financial aid package including tuition, room and board, books, and other school related expenses.

It’s easy and free to apply!

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Student Loan Refinancing

Launch Credit Union can help you take control of your student loan debt. Refinancing your federal and private student loans can help reduce your monthly payments or even help pay off your loans faster.

We’ve partnered with LendKey to make repaying your student loan debt easier! Plus, enjoy these great benefits.

  • No application or origination fees
  • Make one loan payment, instead of several
  • Choose the option that best fits your situation
  • Discount for making automatic (ACH) payments
  • Co-signer release after 12 months of on-time, interest and principal payments, when requested

NOTE: Due to the ongoing pandemic, the federal government has suspended interest and monthly payments on federal student loans through January 31, 2022. If you have federal student loans, we recommend reviewing your current and potential future benefits before refinancing.

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Visit any branch location to open your account. For questions call 321-455-9400 (inside Brevard) or 800-662-5257 (outside Brevard).

Private student loans should be used as supplemental funding after exhausting all sources of financial aid, including grants, scholarships, and federal student loans. Federal loans offer more attractive terms when compared to most other borrowing options, including private student loans. For more information on federal loans, visit

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