Exit Counseling Session
Federal regulations require that anyone who has borrowed a Federal Stafford Loan at Robert Morris University complete an Exit Counseling Session. The purpose of this session is to inform all federal student loan borrowers of their loan repayment rights and responsibilities. This is required anytime that your enrollment is less than half-time, you graduate or withdraw from the University.
Graduate and Undergraduate Students
To complete your Exit Counseling Session:
- Visit www.studentloans.gov
- Click on the "Exit Counseling" link under "Tools and Resources"
- On the NSLDS window that opens, click on the "Exit Counseling" button
- Follow the prompts to complete your exit counseling session
Loan repayment begins six months after a student graduates, drops below part time or stops attending school. It is important to understand all aspects of loan repayment plans and the consequences of not paying your student loans.
The website, www.studentloans.gov, provides detailed information regarding how to manage your Federal loan repayment as well as what to do if you are having problems making payments. There is a section titled "Managing Repayment" that includes information about loan repayment, repayment plans and calculators as well as information about what to do if you are having trouble with making payments.
If you have private loans, you may contact the loan provider directly if you have any questions about repayment to see what options may be available for your particular situation.