Student Loan Refinancing
Give your employees access to leading student loan lenders to potentially lower their interest rates and monthly payments.
Inside the Benefits of Refinancing
Potentially lower interest rates and monthly payments
One convenient monthly payment to manage
Flexible repayment terms to meet individual needs
Our Leading Lenders
Earnest Student Loan Refinancing
With no fees, payment flexibility, and an expert Client Happiness team, Earnest does everything possible to keep clients satisfied from application until balance zero.
First Republic Student Loan Refinancing
With some of the lowest rates in the industry and a personal dedicated banker there to assist your employees every step of the way, First Republic offers them the tools they need to pay off their student loan debt and focus on achieving their next milestone.
LendKey No Fee Student Loan Refinancing
By working with hundreds of not-for-profit and community lenders, LendKey offers industry leading approval rates, interest rates and benefits. Employees stay with LendKey from application to complete loan payoff.
How it works
View our platform to see
our simple refinance process.
Invite Your Employees
Invite employees to join Gradifi where they can easily register to gain access to refinance offers from our leading lenders.
Explore Leading Lenders
Employees can find exclusive refinance offers for Gradifi members. From Earnest, First Republic and LendKey, we match your employees with the top lenders.
Review Employee Activity
View reports to see how many employees have registered, viewed the lender pages, and applied to refinance their loans.
Help your employees pay down their student loans even faster by also offering an SLP Plan® benefit where you can make contributions directly to their loans.
STUDENT LOAN REFINANCE MAKES AN IMPACT ON YOUR EMPLOYEeS' LIVES
You can help Rebecca save
$9,576 in interest
off her student loan debt1
Join these clients in pioneering a new way to invest in employees and thank them for investing in themselves.
1 Estimated savings are based on refinancing a $50,000 student loan with an 6.8% APR and 10-year repayment term to a new loan with a 3.55% APR and 10-year repayment term. Individual savings may vary.