After leaving school or
When you drop below half-time enrollment
Make Payments After Your Grace Period
After your grace period is over, you will have to start making your payments. Do not miss any payments. Paying your loans on time will .
Contact the Department of Education's (ED) Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA)Kết quả xổ số hôm nay tốt if you have .
Select a Repayment Plan for Your Federal Student Loans
Within the grace period you may receive information about repayment from your lender. You’ll have a choice of several repayment plans. .
Kết quả xổ số hôm nay tốtMost federal student loans are eligible for at least one . These repayment plans are based on a percentage of your . They’re designed to make your student loan debt more manageable by reducing your monthly payment amount.
Contact Your Student Loan Originator
Your loan originator can answer your questions about repayment. If you don't know who your loan originator is:
Browse a list of .
Visit the for help. To use this system, you will need to create an account that will allow you to:
Kết quả xổ số hôm nay tốtElectronically sign Federal Student Aid documents
Access your personal records
Make binding legal obligations
2. Request help from the FSA Ombudsman Group
If you have followed the guide and still cannot resolve your issue, as a last resort, . The FSA Ombudsman works with student loan borrowers to informally resolve loan disputes and problems. Use you’ll need to discuss the dispute with them.. This system contains financial aid information collected from schools, agencies, and other educational institutions. You will need your Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID information to access your account. Or, you may contact the Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC).
Resolving Defaulted Loans
The helps student loan borrowers, who are in default, to arrange debt payments. There are multiple ways to contact the , or you may call 1-800-621-3115.
Kết quả xổ số hôm nay tốtFor more information on defaulted student loans, see .
Eligibility for Loan Forgiveness, Cancellation, and Discharge
You may qualify to have some or all your federal student loan amount forgiven if you enter and continue to work full-time in a nonprofit or public service job. Learn more about the .
Loan Cancellation, or Discharge
Under certain circumstances, a school or financial institution will agree to . Continue making payments on your loan until you hear whether your discharge went through, or if you qualify for forbearance (a temporary suspension or reduction in payments).
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Last Updated: August 12, 2020Top