Money Matter$ provides links to sites that provide information on loan repayment programs.
Direct Loan Consolidation - This is the official web site of the Department of Education's Direct Loan Consolidation program. Specific benefits may be available to graduates pursuing careers in a number of public-service jobs.
FedLoan Servicing - This is the Department of Education's sole servicer for the federal Public Interest Loan Forgiveness Program. Get forms, manage your account, make a payment, figure out a budget and more.
Income Based Repayment Plan Information - Visit this Department of Education site to find out more about Income Based Repayment (IBR), determine if you may qualify for IBR and estimate what your repayment plan might look like.
Loan Repayment - Information geared toward the Seattle University law student on loan repayment.
Repayment Information - This Department of Education web site provides information about repaying federal student loans.
Student Loan Expert - Check out this site for excellent information on the Income Based Repayment Plan and federal Public Interest Loan Forgiveness program, plus webinars.
The Smart Student Guide: Loan Consolidation - Explore the basic concept and benefits of combining student loans as well as potential drawbacks and alternatives to consolidation. Also review the Department of Education site for further information.
The Smart Student Guide: Repayment Plans - The four main repayment plans for federal education loans are explained here by FinAid.org. This site also includes calculators designed to help you evaluate the merits of each type of repayment plan. In addition, the Department of Education offers valuable information on repayment plans.
Seattle University School of Law provides these links as a courtesy to its students. These sites are not endorsed by Seattle University. Some of these sites require personal information. We urge you to use your discretion and be careful when disclosing this type of information. We encourage you to explore your options using various resources so that you can make well informed decisions about your current and future finances.