Getting A Loan

If you are hard up on your finances and still want to pursue your studies and go to college; there are various ways on how you can get through. If you plan to get a loan, you have to learn the differences between a federal and a private loan. This chart shows the differences between the two.

 How To Repay A Student Loan

  • A “grace period” is the time given to you before you start paying your student loan after graduating, dropping out or leaving school.
  • There are different repayment options that can help you especially if you cannot afford your payments. You can also learn how a loan debt is forgiven, discharged or forfeited in this guide.
  • For more information regarding student loans, you may check this list of resources for specific topics.
  • If you have questions, you may contact the Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Affairs
  • For questions regarding your repayment information; you can contact your loan originator.
  • If you are unable to contact your loan originators, you can search a list of Federal Student Aid Loan Services
  • You can also log on to the National Student Loan Data System, but you have to make your own personal account

How To Resolve A Student Loan Dispute

What To Do When Unable To Pay A Student Loan