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Graduate Resources: Help with Student Loans
WISS Student Services
As a service to our graduates, we have contracted with Wright International Student Services (WISS), an organization that assists graduates when they are having difficulties with their student loans. The staff at WISS are knowledgeable about options such as deferments and forberances. They have experience in assisting many students and in working with loan servicers.
If you’d like assistance, you can contact WISS at 800-257-4757.
You’re also welcome to contact your campus and speak with a financial aid officer.
Other Helpful Information:
- Make Your Payments on Time: Your loan servicer, the organization that handles billing you for your loan, will provide you with information about repayment and your repayment start date. The National Student Loan Data System can tell you who your loan servicer is, and you can visit the servicer’s website or call them to find out how to make payments. It is very important that you make your full loan payment on time either monthly (which is usually when you’ll pay) or according to your repayment schedule. If you don’t, you could end up in default, which has serious consequences. Student loans are real loans—just as real as car loans or mortgages. You have to pay back your student loans.
- Get Your Loan Information: The U.S. Department of Education’s National Student Loan Data SystemSM (NSLDSSM) provides information on your federal loans including loan types, disbursed amounts, outstanding principal and interest, and the total amount of all your loans and your loan servicer. To access NSLDS, go to www.nslds.ed.gov or call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243; TTY 1-800-730-8913).
- Electronic Payment: In some cases, you might be able to reduce your interest rate (and save money!) if you sign up for electronic debiting. To learn more, go to the Electronic Payment page on this website.