Private Undergraduate Student Loan

PNC Solution Loan® is an education loan for
undergraduate students.[1]

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Undergraduate Student Loan Rates

Fixed APR

4.49% - 12.24%

Variable APR

4.39% - 12.14%

Includes a 0.50% discount for automated payment.[3] Range covers repayment terms from 5 to 15 years.[2]  
Rates may vary by term. Additional Rate Details

Key Features & Benefits

With a PNC Solution Loan you can use the funds for any education-related expense.

Flexible Repayment

  • 5, 10, and 15 year repayment terms available.[2]
  • Immediate repayment, interest-only payments while in school and full deferment of principal and interest options available.[5]
  • For deferred payments, repayment begins six months after you graduate or cease to be enrolled in school at least on a half-time basis.[5]

Save Money

  • No application fees or origination fees.
  • Get 0.50% off your rate with automated payments from your checking or savings account.[3]

Product Details

  • Funds are sent directly to the school.
  • Cosigner Release: Borrower can apply for a cosigner release after 48 consecutive on-time monthly payments.[4]
  • Undergraduate and graduate students in a health-related field can explore the PNC Health and Medical Professions Loan.

Rate Ranges for PNC Solution Undergraduate Loan[2]

  5 Year
10 Year
15 Year
Fixed APRs
4.49 - 9.24%
7.34 - 12.09%
7.49 - 12.24%
Variable APRs
4.39 - 9.14%
7.24 - 11.99%
7.39 - 12.14%
Monthly Principal & Interest
Payment on a $10,000 loan
$186.27 -  $209.54
$117.70 - $144.71
$92.36 - $122.18

Rates include a 0.50% discount for automated payments.[3] and are for the immediate repayment option.[5]
Lowest rates for well-qualified applicants. View Loan Application and Solicitation disclosure

What You Need to Apply

Before you start your application, review the list
of information you'll need to provide.

Eligibility

Student must:

  • Be enrolled or enrolling in an undergraduate degree program
  • Be enrolled or enrolling at least half time as determined by your school
  • Both the Student and cosigner (if any) must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident

Additonal Information to Provide

You (and your cosigner, if applicable) will need to provide personal information like:

  • Social Security number, driver's license (or State ID), date of birth
  • Home phone number, home address and the number of years you lived there
  • Email for your cosigner (if applicable)
  • Information like your mortgage or rent payments, where you work
    and how much you make per year

Tell us a little more about your school

You'll need specifics around the school you want to attend:

  • Information like your school's name, major and degree type.
  • School enrollment date, academic term(s) that the loan will cover (full year, one semester, etc.) as well as expected graduation date.

Requirements

Student and cosigner, if any, must:

  • Have satisfactory credit and proof of employment and income history.
  • Have been in business for at least two years if self-employed.
  • Meet debt-to-income requirements.

Start Your Application Today

Apply now to receive a preliminary decision within minutes.[1] Have Questions? Call to speak to a student lending representative.

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Calculate Rate & Payments

You’re a few steps away from finding your preferred option to funding your education.

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Additional Information

  • Unpaid interest is capitalized one-time at start of repayment. This interest is added to the principal amount of your loan.
  • Interest may be tax deductible; consult your tax advisor.
  • Outstanding debt will be forgiven upon the death of the borrower.

  • Applying with a creditworthy cosigner may increase chances of approval. A cosigner is typically required for undergraduate students; a creditworthy cosigner is required for 17-year old students.

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