General Loan Repayment Information
Special Direct Consolidation Loan Information
Short-term Consolidation Opportunity offered from January-June 30, 2012.
On October 25, 2011, the Obama Administration announced several steps it is taking to increase college affordability by making it easier to manage student loan debt. These steps include a "pay as you earn" repayment plan and a short-term consolidation opportunity that will be offered through the Department of Education. There is a Special Direct Consolidation Loan page with more detailed information for borrowers. Choose the link under Announcements.
Exit Counseling is required for all students who borrowed federal Stafford and Perkins loans while enrolled. This counseling helps you understand your rights and responsibilities as a borrower and provides useful tips and information to help you manage your loans. This counseling session is required before students withdraw, graduate, or drop below half time status. Counseling can be completed online at www.studentloans.gov. Follow this Quick Link to our Exit Counseling guide to get started. Students will have the option to view their individual federal loan history toward the end of the exit counseling session. This is helpful for students who have loans using multiple lenders and have lost track of information. At the end of the session students need to input the information requested so that W&J can receive an electronic notification that the counseling was completed.
This exit counseling session only provides information about federal loans. Students who have borrowed a private loan from a lender while enrolled will have to obtain repayment information directly from the lender. For students who borrowed a GATE loan through Bank of America, this GATE Loan exit counseling brochure provides repayment information.
Loan history information
Students who wish to view their federal loan history can do so be visiting www.studentloans.gov. Click on the My Financial Aid History link under Tools and Resources. This will take students to the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS) and students will need their Title IV PIN to log in.