What you can expect.
If you are already out of school, these student loan experts will first review your current source(s) of income and then look at your student loan debt and any other outstanding debt you may have, such as a mortgage, car loan or credit card balances. Then, working with you, they will help you develop a game plan that is right for you and your family. They don’t consider the process done until you feel you are ready to take charge of your financial future.
If you are still in school or about to enroll, we will look at your financial circumstances—including those of your family, if appropriate—and discuss your expectations for the future to help guide you toward a program that will serve you going forward.
Whether your goals are to find a lower monthly payment, reduce the length of time to pay off your student loans or decrease the amount of interest you pay over the term of your loans, our student loan counselors can recommend the options that are best for you and the future you are working toward.
There is a nominal fee for a typical financial review and student loan counseling session, which may take 1-2 hours. The length of session varies based on the number of loans you may have – but no matter how complex your situation is, you will receive a comprehensive action plan to manage your student loan debt and overall finances.