Student loans are both an opportunity and a responsibility. Students are expected to complete exit counseling when any of the following occur:
- Enrollment drops below half time (six credit hours)
The best way to complete Exit Counseling and have all the most current information on your rights as a borrower is to complete the process through StudentAid.gov, a website regularly updated for your benefit by the Department of Education.
For the convenience of our students, we are also posting a link to the most current PDF edition of the Student Loan Exit Counseling Guide, which you can print and read at your convenience.
For additional assistance, please contact our financial aid office at [email protected].
The informative articles below are for students who have private loans and may be leaving school:
- Learn how to use your separation or grace period to get organized
- See how loan payments are allocated and applied—and get tips on paying down loans faster.
- Find out how to build a strong credit history by making student loans payments.
- Get information about requesting a deferment and dealing with financial difficulties.
- What You Should Know About Student Loans