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federal student aid view loans for school

With 34,000 students from all 50 states and 130 countries and a residential population of more than 6,000 students Mason is a vibrant and dynamic community of scholars.

The Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans are low-interest loans designed to provide students with funds for their college education. These loans must be repaid.

Federal Direct Subsidized Loans are based on financial need. The federal government pays the interest during in-school, grace and deferment periods.

Federal student aid view loans for school

Federal student loan repayment begins after the  grace period expires, which is generally six months after a student graduates, leaves school, or drops below half-time enrollment.

During your grace period, your  loan servicer(s)  will contact you regarding your outstanding student loans and must provide you with a loan repayment schedule that states 1) when your first payment is due, 2) the number and frequency of your payments, and 3) the amount of each payment. Students with multiple servicers will receive multiple loan repayment notifications and have monthly payments due to each servicer. Students with multiple servicers may want to consider loan consolidation .

It is important that students visit the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) to view their federal student loan history and assigned loan servicer information. It is the student’s responsibility to provide updated contact information to the University and any loan servicers.

With 34,000 students from all 50 states and 130 countries and a residential population of more than 6,000 students Mason is a vibrant and dynamic community of scholars.

The Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans are low-interest loans designed to provide students with funds for their college education. These loans must be repaid.

Federal Direct Subsidized Loans are based on financial need. The federal government pays the interest during in-school, grace and deferment periods.

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This is the recorded version of the Submitting Draft GE Debt-to-Earnings (D/E) Challenges webinar. The webinar discussed the process for institutions to submit a challenge to the data that the Department used to calculate the draft GE D/E rates. We described how to submit challenges on the NSLDS Professional Access website and reviewed the types of supporting documentation that institutions must provide to the Department when submitting challenges.

Federal Student Aid staff presented this webinar on October 20 and 27, 2016. While the presentation for both sessions was the same, the questions received from participants were different; therefore, we are providing the recording and transcript for both sessions.

If you have questions about using NSLDS, call the NSLDS Customer Support Center at 800-999-8219 or send an email to nslds@ed.gov .