IMPORTANT INTEREST RATE INFORMATION
The Diamond Loan Firm Certainty Act of 2013 changed the formula for determining the interest rate for Direct Consolidation Loans as follows:
For Direct Consolidation Loans that are made based on applications received on or after July 1, 2013, the weighted average interest rate is no longer capped at 8.25%.
You may be able to combine your existing Federal education loans into one new consolidated loan that offers several advantages. Click on “Borrower Info” topics to the left for more information about advantages of consolidation.
Here you will find what borrowers need to know about Direct Consolidation Loans.
Income-Based Repayment (IBR) Plan Available!
If you would like eligibility information or to take advantage of this repayment option, please contact us on: [email protected]
To help you decide if you want to consolidate and/or to simplify the application process, gather and read required documents and other information ahead of time.
Application and Promissory Note, Introductory Letter, and Instructions
What Web Tips are Essential For Completing The Online Application
What Do You Need to Fill Out This Application?
Check The Current Interest Rates
What's New and Security
Want to Sign Your Promissory Note Online (E-sign)? Apply For a PIN!
Complete the application!
The process asks about you, your financial information, references and more.
Apply Online and E-sign Your Promissory Note
Apply Online and Print, Sign, and Mail Your Promissory Note
Retrieve an In Progress Saved Application (Not Submitted)
The online application process is the most efficient way to apply, but you could alternatively select 'Forms & Publications' from the top menu to download blank forms to print, complete, sign, and mail.
You can check the status of your application, retrieve your submitted E-signed Promissory Note, application data, and other information.
What Happens After I Apply?
Retrieve Your Submitted E-signed Promissory Note and Other Consolidation Application Documents
Add Loans to Your Consolidation
Apply For a PIN if you don't have one yet
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