Stafford Exit Counseling
If you have borrowed monies through the Stafford Subsidized and/or Unsubsidized Loan programs at some time during your educational career, federal student aid regulations require you to complete Stafford Loan Exit Counseling
when you cease to be enrolled at least half time (6 or more credits) or as you graduate from/transfer from/otherwise leave Bryan College. Click here
for more information on loan repayment.
To satisfy the requirement, Bryan College provides an Online Stafford Exit Counseling
session and will automatically be notified after you successfully finish the session.
You will need to provide the following information: Social Security Number; driver’s license number; expected permanent address; expected employer (if known); and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and employers of your Next of Kin and for two additional references for yourself (these should be three different people living at three different addresses).
Exit counseling will assist you with managing your student loans and help you understand your options and responsibilities. We encourage you to take the management of your student loans responsibly as the consequences of not repaying them are serious and will affect your ability to obtain credit for post-college necessities (car, housing, etc.).
If you currently are attending or will transfer to another college or university, you still must complete the online Stafford Exit Counseling session for Bryan College. However, enrollment of 6 or more credits at your new school should qualify you for deferment of student loan repayment. Check with your new school for information on its loan deferment process.
You can view the balance of your student loans using your Federal PIN (the one you used to electronically sign your FAFSA) at this link