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Loan Policy Code of Conduct

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Forgiveness of the remaining balance on your Direct Loans after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer. More information.

Direct Loan Information Page for students
Learn about the Federal Direct Loan Program, get links and important information that can help student while in school and after graduation

Income Based Repayment Plan information for Federal student loans
Are you not able to make the payments to the loan company for different reasons. Saint Peter’s University students can learn about a different form of payment plan for their Federal student loans.

Loan Consolidation
Currently enrolled Saint Peter’s University students who want to consolidate their federal Stafford and/or PLUS loans, can do so here.

Loan History
To locate loan history for Perkins, Stafford both Subsidized and Unsubsidized and PLUS (Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students).  Also use this website to find out which loan company is servicing your Federal Student and/or Parent Loans.

Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling
Complete Entrance Loan Counseling for the Stafford Loan Program. This is required by the US Department of Education and must be completed by all borrowers before any loans can be processed.  You will be required to sign in with your FAFSA application PIN number, (if you would like to create or request a duplicate of you PIN number go to www.pin.ed.gov)

Stafford Loan Exit Counseling
Complete your Stafford Loan Exit Counseling. This is required by the US Department of Education and must be completed prior to graduation or upon separation from Saint Peter’s University. Our Title IV School Code is 002638.

Federal Loan Repayment Calculator
Use the Repayment Estimator when you’re:

  • beginning repayment of your federal student loans for the first time; or
  • explore repayment options based on your income and calculate payment before payments are due