Use these resources to view a copy of your credit report and/or request your credit score. You should review your credit report annually to check for any errors that could impact your credit. You can also use these resources to identify your private student loan information.
The CFPB is responsible for monitoring consumer financial products and services, including credit cards, mortgages, and student loans. Read reports about relevant issues, participate by sharing your own experiences, or even submit a complaint if you need the CFPB’s help to resolve a dispute.
Review your options for managing your defaulted student loans, including information about consolidation, rehabilitation, and how to stop tax refund offsets or wage garnishment.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online to check your eligibility for federal financial aid.
If you have tried unsuccessfully to resolve a dispute concerning your student loans and are not satisfied with the resolution, turn to the Federal Ombudsman Group to help.
Search for a food bank in your community, and learn about a number of programs to help families in need.
In 2015, the FSA ID replaced the federal PIN, or FAFSA PIN. All past and present borrowers will need to establish an FSA ID to access their account information on federal student aid websites. To create an FSA ID, visit FSAID.ed.gov.
Gradible is a FREE resource to help pay down Student Loan Debt by providing flexible online earning opportunities. The money earned on Gradible is paid directly to your student loan balance.
Explore a number of legal resources, including articles about the law, forums with questions and answers, and a directory of qualified attorneys in your area.
Find answers to your student loan questions as well as helpful legal resources at this website run by the National Consumer Law Center.
Find out how much you owe, who you need to pay and important details about your loan types, such as whether they are subsidized or unsubsidized.
Find a list of lenders that offer private loan consolidation or refinancing, which could allow you to qualify for a better interest rate or a longer repayment term.
The federal Repayment Estimator can help you calculate monthly payments on various repayment plans to help you find a manageable repayment option.