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We're excited to announce our newest service: Georgetown Student Loans! As a not-for-profit organization, we are able to provide Hoyas with extremely affordable loan options to help make their world-class education a reality. Already have student loans? Now you can reconsolidate with GUASFCU and save money! Our rates begin at a very competitive 3.28% APR, click the photo for more information.Learn
GUASFCU is excited to announce the release of our newest service: GWallet! GWallet is a Personal Financial Management (PFM) platform, similar to Mint.com, that enables you to aggregate all of your accounts and credit cards in order to track your spending habits, create budgets, determine your net worth, monitor your cash inflows and outflows, and more! Log into your online banking account to get started today!Learn
Credit Card Debt is complicated. By consolidating with GUASFCU you can pay off multiple cards at one low monthly rate - much lower than on a credit card. This saves time, money, and eliminates stress. Apply for a personal loan from GUASFCU today. Rates start as low as 7.49%. Click the banner or button below to start your application!Apply
Your credit score impacts many aspects of your life including housing, credit card eligibility, and even future employment. GUASFCU’s Credit Builder Program is a safe and truly hassle-free way to build or improve your credit history. You simply deposit the interest on the plan of your choice and we take care of the rest. Plans begin at $30. Apply for a credit builder today and build a brighter future! Click the button below to learn more.Learn
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GUASFCU supports Common $ense, Georgetown's Premier Financial Literacy Program. Common $ense runs FREE monthly workshops to educate students about how to manage their finances independently now and after graduation.
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