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An exit counseling session is a loan counseling session that provides loan repayment, grace period, billing options information, and collects updated borrower information. These online exit counseling sessions provide the borrower with the rights and responsibilities as a Federal loan recipient.
The Student Accounting office sends out notifications by email and by mail to graduating seniors and students moving on to graduate school, leaving the university, or dropping below half-time to describe the exit counseling requirements and procedures.
An exit counseling session is required by federal law for all students who have received a federally funded student loan.
If you are planning to attend graduate school at Rutgers or another school, you are required to complete the exit counseling session.
If you withdraw or stop attending school, you are required to complete the exit counseling session if you borrowed federal student loans.
You are required to complete an exit counseling session for each of the federal loans you received--Stafford Direct Loans and Perkins Student Loans.
If you do not complete the exit counseling requirement, a hold will be placed on your records. The hold will only be removed upon completion of the exit counseling process.
Step 1: Have the following information available:
Step 2: Log in to the StudentLoans.gov website.
Verify your loan information at the U.S. Department of Education's website for Student Loans. This website offers loan verification and exit counseling.
Step 3A: if you have a Perkins Student loan, log on to UAS Student Loan Exit Counseling website. University Accounting Services (UAS) is Rutgers' billing servicer. It bills, processes payments, and services your Perkins loan. Complete the exit counseling session online.
Step 3B: If you have Stafford Direct loans, Log in to the StudentLoans.gov Exit Counseling website. Complete the exit counseling session.