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What is NSLDS?
What is NSLDS? The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education's central database for student aid.  NSLDS Student Access provides a centralized, integrated view of Federal Financial Aid (FA) so th...
In-School Deferments
In-School Deferments  If you would like to defer your federal financial aid loans then you must be enrolled at a half time status , which is 6 credits/trimester for Undergraduate students and 3 credits/trimester for Graduate students. &...
Loan Repayment Options
Loan Repayment Options When you borrow Federal Financial Aid, you are offered the option to choose how your repay your loan. Keep in mind, many lenders will automatically place you into a repayment plan so you'll need to contact your lender...
What is a Financial Aid Grace Period?
What is a Financial Aid Grace Period? Students are given a 6 month grace period on each individual Federal Stafford loan borrowed before the loan goes into repayment. This grace period begins after you fall below half-time status as a student -...
What is a Book Voucher?
If you are utilizing federal financial aid , book vouchers allow you to order textbooks before the start of the term using a portion of scheduled financial aid for the term. Students that have accepted financial aid on file automatically receive ...