Are you looking for information that will assist you with maintaining proper credit and repayment status? Visit the Federal Student Aid website for tips to remain in good standing and prevent loan default.
Are you looking for examples of monthly payments based upon the loan amount borrowed?
The first step in preparing for loan repayment is to know what your monthly payments will be so that you may start planning for repayment. The loan repayment estimator listed on this page provides examples of monthly loan payments under each of the available federal loan repayment plan options. Please check with your lender for your specific loan repayment details. Carroll College students graduate with an average loan debt of $20,335 in federal student loans.
Do you want information about how to view your credit score?
A healthy credit score is important to maintain. Your credit score can impact your ability to secure a line of credit for major purchases such as a car or your first home. Adverse credit (late or delinquent payments) can negatively affect your credit score. On-time payments can positively affect your credit score and may help in securing a better interest rate on loans. Consumers may receive one free credit report each year. To access your free credit report visit the FREE Annual Credit Report website.
Did you graduate with a degree in Nursing? If so, you may be eligible for the HRSA Nurse Corps Loan Repayment Program. For more information, review the HRSA Nurse Corps Loan Repayment Guide.
Title IV HEA Federal student and/or parent loans are submitted to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS), and will be accessible by guaranty agencies, lenders, and schools determined to be authorized users of the data system.