|Who to contact||Email Address||Phone Number|
|Susan Stephenson-Director of Financial Aidfirstname.lastname@example.org||307.532.8325|
Exit counseling is required of students who borrowed loans who are nearing graduation, have left school or otherwise dropped below half-time enrollment (six credits). This is also a federal requirement to emphasize your rights and responsibilities as a borrower, plus it provides information on your grace period before repayment begins, loan repayment, payment plans available, and collects updated borrower information. You will also receive information on loan consolidation, consequences of defaulting on a loan and deferment and forbearance options available to you.
To complete counseling, you will need the following information:
- Social Security Number
- Date of birth
- Driver’s license number
- Permanent e-mail address
- Names, addresses, telephone numbers of 3 references.
- Department of Education or FAFSA PIN number.
Both entrance and exit counseling are completed at StudentLoans.gov.
Students who have dropped below 6 credit hours are sent a letter informing them to complete the exit counseling and those who are filling out an “Intent to Graduate” card are also required to complete exit counseling.