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The New York Times: Should Students Gamble on an Income Share Agreement?


The New York Times: Should Students Gamble on an Income Share Agreement?

The New York Times profiled our CEO Tess Michaels on how Income Share Agreements offer a great alternative to traditional student loans for grad students.


No Cosigner Required

Income share agreements are co-signer-free. Instead of credit history, students typically get an ISA based on their year in school and major. The best terms are often reserved for students in high-earning majors near graduation, like seniors studying STEM fields.

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If you are interested in using a Stride Income Share Agreement to fund your education, apply today. You can also contact us at hello@stridefunding.com.