Checklist for Graduating Students

Checklist for Graduating Students with Federal Student Loans

Now that you are leaving Penn, you need to make important decisions on how to repay your federal student loan(s). The information below will help you begin the repayment process.
Exit Counseling (required by federal regulations and University policy)
Review loan consolidation information if you are considering consolidating your federal student loans
Know when your monthly payments begin and how to postpone those payments
Determine the amount of your monthly payments

Determine your federal loan servicer using the National Student Loan Data System

If you have specific questions about any of the processes mentioned in this section or whether certain provisions apply to you, you should contact your lender.
More Loan Repayment Information
Student Loan Checklist
Exit Interview
Loan Consolidation
Repayment Timing
Repayment Amount
Income-Based Repayment (IBR)
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
Loan Glossary


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