Student loan repayment seems like an insurmountable challenge, but with the proper tools and knowledge you can handle your debt. This page will have helpful links, videos, and information to help you as you select repayment plans, and work towards eliminating your student loan debt.
This link is comprehensive guide for medical students, and reviews information regarding payment plans, PSLF and more.
This is a guide for dental students that provides information for income based repayment plans, military services options, loan forgiveness and more.
The AAMC has put together a helpful guide regarding the different repayment options for federal student loans.
AAMC has put together a helpful guide regarding the different repayment options for federal student loans.
Here’s a guide from ADA on student loan repayment. It even includes a state-specific guide to alternative repayment options!
Another state-specific guide to dental student loan repayment from ADEA.
From the US government, this video provides helpful insight into the process of repaying loans and answers questions about loan servicers, repayment plans and other governmental resources.
This video, also the US government has information regarding changing your repayment plan, forbearance, and consolidation.
If you’re interested in having your loans forgiven, this video provides some basic information regarding the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
This brief video introduces the various repayment plans and provides some basic information about each one.
Here you will find information on education loans as well as information on Residency & Relocation Loans. Residency & Relocation Loans are designed specifically for the gap period between graduation and the start of residency.
Finaid’s resources are considered some of the best outside of StudentAid.gov. Be sure to check out their helpful loan repayment calculators!
(NSLDS) – This link will take you to the login page for NSLDS and is where you can find cumulative information for your federal loans, including undergraduate and graduate. This is also where you can find your servicer information.
Please reference the UConn Bursar webpage for information regarding your fee bills and payments options for any balances due prior to graduation.
Department of Education’s official webpage for Federal Student Aid and is the definitive resource for all federal funding.
This link will take you to the Student Loan Repayment Page on StudentAid.
These are the largest student loan servicers, and contact information for each one. This is not a comprehensive list so your servicer may not be listed.
Navient has multiple addresses depending on the service
Monday through Thursday from 8AM-9PM
Friday from 8AM-8PM
American Education Services
P.O. Box 2461
Harrisburg, PA 17105
Monday through Friday from 7:30AM-9PM
Great Lakes: 1-800-236-4300
P.O. Box 7860
Madison, WI 53707
Monday through Friday from 7AM-PM (CT)
FedLoan Servicing: 1-800-699-2908
P.O. Box 69184
Harrisburg, PA 17106
Monday through Friday from 8AM-9PM
This is the comprehensive site for all things federal student aid. Your loan information, including interest rates, repayment options and servicer data can all be found here.
These slides, used during the Student Loan Repayment Webex and provided by Sallie Mae are a useful tool for reference and can help make important loan repayment decisions.
This repayment chart illustrates monthly payments, assuming a standard repayment plan over 10 and 15 years, with a principal balance up to $300,000 and an APR ranging from 3% to 11%. It can be helpful when trying to determine which payment plan to use. Provided by Sallie Mae.