Begin your financial wellness journey by partnering with Travis Credit Union to finance your Agriculture Project! TCU embraces this opportunity to support local schools and communities while providing financial education and wellness to youth.
What you need to know about our Student Agriculture Loan:
- Financing for student livestock projects
- Membership with Travis Credit Union is required
- Available to 4H and FFA students
- Provides financial education
- Loan information:
- 0% APR* Interest-free Loan
- Lump-sum payback required within 25 days of auction sale of livestock
- Loan amounts up to $2,500
- Loans require parental co-signatures
- No credit review is necessary to qualify
- A Student Project Plan is required. The plan should cover livestock information, budget, the fair location & and the date of the final auction date. The Project Administrator’s contact information. (All student’s Project Plans must be approved through the Project administrator).
- Proceeds are limited to the purchase of designated livestock, feed, health and care, grooming, and expenses associated with the auction.
- Students will receive comprehensive financial wellness education.
Select Student Agriculture Loan from the menu.
(If the student is under 16 years of age, enter 2006 as the birth year for the application to process.)
*APR (Annual Percentage Rate) 0% (APR) interest Signature Loan. Membership with Travis Credit Union is required. Membership fee will be waived. Available to 4H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) students for financing student livestock projects. Parents will be required to co-sign loan. Loan amounts up to $2,500. Lump-sum payback required within 25 days of sale of livestock. Student Project Plan is required as well as participation in Travis Credit Union’s financial education program. Proceeds limited to purchase of designated livestock, feed, health and care, grooming, and expenses associated with auction. All loan rates are subject to change daily without notice. For more information, please call (707) 469-1767.