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Secure your financial future by preparing to repay your student loans.
If you borrowed money to pay for your education, you are required to participate in exit counseling to ensure that you know the terms and conditions of your student loans and when you are expected to begin repayment.
When completing exit counseling, be sure to choose the appropriate loan. If you have more than one type of loan, you will have to complete an exit counseling session for each loan type.
Federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized Exit Counseling
The Department of Education is your lender, however, loan servicers handle billing and other services for your federal student loan.
Common Servicers for Federal Direct and PLUS Loans
If you don’t remember who services your Federal Direct loan, you can receive a summary of your federal student loans through the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) or by calling (800) 999-8219. If your parent(s) borrowed a Parent PLUS Loan, they can also find their servicer through NSLDS.
Federal Perkins, Occidental No Interest, Occidental Low Interest Exit Counseling
If you borrowed a Federal Perkins Loan, an Occidental No Interest Loan, or an Occidental Low Interest Loan, your repayment will be administered by Occidental’s Student Business Services Office and Affiliated Computer Services (ACS).
SALT: Free Student Loan Advice
SALT was created by American Student Assistance (ASA), a nonprofit organization, to financially empower college students and alumni.
Get in touch with a loan counselor if you need help managing your student loans--and be on the lookout for more information about SALT! If you haven't activated your SALT membership, you can do so online at www.saltmoney.org/oxy.
Contact a SALT Loan Counselor
When you have questions, SALT can answer them with a live person. You can reach a SALT loan counselor at 877-523-9473 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SALT can provide you with advice and guidance on:
- Locating your student loan information
- Understand your loan payment options
- What to do if you're struggling to make payments
- Using deferment or forbearance to postpone repayment
- Whether loan consolidation is right for your situation
- Mailing Address:
Financial Aid Office
1600 Campus Road F-35
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Arthur G. Coons
- Phone: (323) 259-2548
- Fax: (323) 341-4961
- Email: email@example.com