Syracuse University Consolidation Loans
Syracuse University graduates have an average of $31,540 in student loans to consolidate upon graduation and could lower their monthly payment an average of $121 and save $1,450 per year by consolidating their student loans.*
To estimate your own monthly savings, try our student loan consolidation calculator.
Syracuse University Consolidation Index
Are you graduating from Syracuse University soon, or have you already graduated and are considering loan consolidation? You can consolidate all federal loans and private loans separately in two groups respectively. Federal loans are consolidated through the federal direct loan program, but for private loans you must consolidate them through a lender.
Depending on your field of study, you may be eligible for student loan deferment or forgiveness, an excellent way for teachers, social workers and many more grads to lower their debts. Learn more about student loan repayment and forgiveness options.
By the Numbers
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 13244-5040
- Total tuition, room, and board (cost of attendance): $49,554
Average Financial Aid Received at Syracuse University
- Federal grant aid: $5,108
- State grant aid: $2,950
- Institutional grant aid: $21,412
- Federal student loan aid: $7,885
Potential Loan Consolidation Debt for Syracuse University*
- 4 Years of Federal Loans: $25,272
- 4 Years of Private Loans: $31,540
Estimates provided are based National Center for Education Statistics' survey data* and on a series of assumptions/calculations, including the loan balance being comprised entirely of subsidized federal student loans that do not accrue interest during school. Payment estimates are based on the fixed Stafford loan rate of 6.8%. Private loan balances are estimated based on 100% of out of pocket expenses being covered with private student loans at 10% interest, capitalized yearly, compounded quarterly.
*Admissions, Expenses, Majors and General information provided on schools utilize publicly released data from the National Center for Education Statistics, IPEDS database: Institutional Characteristics 2011-2012, Enrollments Fall 2011, and Student Financial Aid 2010-2011.
Syracuse University Financial Aid Options
If you are or will be attending Syracuse University, you may want to investigate financial aid options to pay for college. Here are some resources to learn more:
- File your FAFSA Online
- College Scholarship Search
- Private Student Loans -- No FAFSA Required
- Graduate Student Loans
Disclosure: The appearance of Syracuse University does not constitute their endorsement of student loan consolidation, and Syracuse University is not affiliated in any way with StudentLoanConsolidator.com.