University of Pittsburgh

Important Message for 3Ls

Publish Date/Time: 
March 21, 2012

Mandatory Loan Exit Counseling Session for Graduating 3L Federal Loan Borrowers

When do I start repaying my student loans?  Should I consolidate my loans?  What loans are eligible for consolidation?  Do you want to learn how to save on interest when in repayment of your student loans?  If so, this is your chance to learn the best strategy for repayment of your educational loan debt.  The Mandatory Loan Exit Counseling Session will answer all these questions.

The Mandatory Loan Exit Counseling Session is a requirement for all graduating 3L students that have borrowed a Federal Student Loan (Stafford or Grad PLUS). Participation in this session will fulfill the federal government's requirement of an Exit Loan Counseling session for student borrowers. Any graduating student who borrowed a Stafford Loan at any time during law school must fulfill this requirement before graduation; otherwise, a "hold" will be placed on your student account, affecting your ability to request and receive transcripts.

This session will be offered twice and students must RSVP. Space is limited so RSVP early to get the session of your choice. Please go to http://www.law.pitt.edu/events/2012/04/mandatory-loan-exit-counseling-session-for-graduating-3l-federal-loan-borrowers, to RSVP. 

Students can attend the Tuesday, April 3rd or Thursday, April 5th session from 12:00-1:00 pm in room 107.

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