Am I eligible for a Brazos Parent Loan?

Answer

To be eligible for a Brazos Parent Loan, you must:

  • Be a U.S. Citizen or National, or a non-citizen with government-issued, non-expired documentation of permanent resident status, or if applying with an Eligible Cosigner, a non-citizen with a work or student visa
  • Be a Texas resident and be at least the age 18 years old
  • Be applying to finance the education of a student who is enrolled at least half-time in a degree-granting program at one of over 2,000 schools nation-wide
  • Apply for an amount that is certified by the school your student is attending
  • Have a verified income and a strong credit history
  • Demonstrate the ability to support the repayment of the new loan

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  • Extraco Banks has a referral marketing relationship with the lender and will receive a referral fee for Brazos Loans funded as a result of that relationship.  Student and parent/grandparent loans are provided by Brazos Higher Education and are not underwritten by Extraco Banks.