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Repayment

Exit Counseling

For students who are graduating, totally withdrawing, or dropping below 6 credits of enrollment from the University, you must also complete Exit Counseling if you have ever borrowed a Stafford, Direct, or Perkins federal loan from any educational institution. If you are required to complete Perkins Exit Counseling, you will receive an email in your campus email account from our Perkins loan servicer ECSI.

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Repayment Calculators

CSU-Pueblo has partnered with American Student Assistance to bring the SALT program our students and alumni free of charge. Once registered with SALT, you can import your actual loan information from the National Student Loan Data System and see what your payments would be with the various repayment plans available. You can also estimate what your payment would be if you were to add additional loans, in case you are considering borrowing again.

Repayment Assistance

Additionally, there are many resources available to students for information regarding loan repayment. A few select websites and resources are highlighted below that may be useful when entering repayment or for those who want more information about repayment options.

Please note that repayment plans, loan forgiveness provisions, and requests to postpone repayment are all managed through the loan lender.

If you are unsure of your lender/servicer, please use the National Student Loan Data System for information.

Financial Awareness Counseling Tool

The Financial Awareness Counseling Tool allows students to personalize five interactive modules about loans, budgeting, repayment, default, and financial planning. To import your personal information you will need to log in with your Federal Student Aid ID & password. Once logged into the site, select "Complete Counseling" and follow the prompts. FACT is not required, but is encouraged to provide you with additional information regarding successful repayment of your federal student loans.

National Student Loan Data System

Students can view their federal loan history at any time 24/7 through the National Student Loan Data System. You will need your Federal Student Aid ID & password (the same used to sign your FAFSA and Master Promissory Note) to log into the system. For questions regarding NSLDS, please contact the Federal Student Aid Center at 1-800-4FED-AID.

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Student Financial Services

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