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The road to higher education and a college degree begins with educating yourself on the best path for your student and family. That’s why INvestEd is truly invested in Indiana’s students.

For nearly four decades, INvestEd has been providing students and their parents with solutions to help put higher education within reach. We believe that strong choices before college are the best way to limit excessive student loan debt after college.

We’ve helped thousands of Hoosier families with free, expert advice. Let us help you, too.

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While we work with families to help them avoid college debt, we also understand that oftentimes taking out college loans is unavoidable.

That’s why we created the INvestEd Student Loan. A different type of private loan with multiple options and repayment benefits, our loan offers a better alternative for qualified families. INvestEd and our partners are dedicated to help make college funding as affordable as possible.

We offer hard-working families and their students a loan choice that simply makes more sense.

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Latest Blog Posts

INvestEd's Top 5 Financial Aid Fact Sheets
Would you like your financial aid questions answered quick and easy in a step-by-step format? Well, you’ve come to the right place! INvestEd has created one page fact sheets for everything from “Creating your FSA ID” to “Top College Search Questions” to even a “FAFSA Checklist” to walk you through the process.
See why the FIRST step in college planning is so important!
Changing majors multiple times is one of the biggest reasons students don’t finish their degree on time. Taking longer to finish means more cost in the long run! That’s why INvestEd suggests researching career and major options ahead of time to choose the area best suited for you and increase your chance of graduating on […]
Help With FAFSA From FSA ID to Filing
FAFSA – The Key to Opening Financial Aid Options It’s important to remember that the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the key that opens the door to federal, state and some institutional money. This is the case regardless of type or length of program you’re considering.