On this site, new Federal Direct Student Loan borrowers can complete their paperwork requirements including submitting a master promissory note as well as competing entrance loan counseling. Parent and graduate students can also submit an application for the Federal Direct PLUS Loan.
On this site, graduating federal loan borrowers can fulfill their exit loan counseling requirement and receive information about various repayment options, loan forgiveness opportunities, and loan consolidation.
Using their Department of Ed-issued PIN, federal aid recipients can track their student loan and grant history and find out the current holders of their loans. This site is particularly helpful for students wishing to consolidate their federal student loans.
FAFSA filers and federal student loan borrowers can visit this site to receive a free Department of Education issued personal identification number which serves as an electronic signature on the FAFSA as well as on federal loan promissory notes. A PIN is individual specific, so parents of dependent students need to get their own PIN to sign the FAFSA or submit a Federal Direct PLUS Loan application.
Financial aid applicants should submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid through this Department of Education web site.
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