Loan Counseling

As a consequence of participating in the Title IV loan programs, institutions must provide counseling and other disclosures to their students who borrow. The content, format, and timing of counseling are described in law and regulation.

Related topics in this Index: Perkins Loan Program; Direct Loan Program

See also Subtopics for more specific references.

2020-21 FSA Handbook, Vol. 6 PDF

2020-21 FSA Handbook, Vol. 2 PDF

Above and Beyond: What Eight Colleges Are Doing to Improve Student Loan Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

A Time To Every Purpose: Understanding and Improving the Borrower Experience with Online Student Loan Entrance Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Effective Counseling, Empowered Borrowers: An Evidence-Based Policy Agenda for Informed Student Loan Borrowing and Repayment (Trellis Company) PDF

Leveraging Guided Pathways to Improve Financial Aid Design and Delivery (Journal of Student Financial Aid) Web URL

Above and Beyond: What Eight Colleges Are Doing to Improve Student Loan Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

From Passive to Proactive: Understanding and Improving the Borrower Experience with Online Student Loan Exit Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

A Time To Every Purpose: Understanding and Improving the Borrower Experience with Online Student Loan Entrance Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Effective Counseling, Empowered Borrowers: An Evidence-Based Policy Agenda for Informed Student Loan Borrowing and Repayment (Trellis Company) PDF

Leveraging Guided Pathways to Improve Financial Aid Design and Delivery (Journal of Student Financial Aid) Web URL

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