Exit Counseling must be completed when student borrowers graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment. Contact your loan servicer for instructions on how your current loan can remain in deferment while you continue your education.
How do I complete the Exit Counseling?
- Go to https://studentloans.gov
- Click on “Sign In”
- Log-in with the same information used for the FAFSA (if you do not have your 4-digit PIN, you can request a duplicate at www.pin.ed.gov)
- Click on “Complete Counseling”
- Click on “Exit Counseling”
- Select Your Schools to Notify click the “Add School” button. “Standard Healthcare Service, College of Nursing” Once you do this, the School Name and Address appear with a check box next to it. If you do not click the “Add School” button then this school will not be notified.
- Select the Continue button at the bottom of the page to proceed to the next step of the counseling session.
- Complete each required step and submit the completed form.
Please e-mail the Financial Aid Office at Standard College to inform us that you have completed both the Exit Counseling form. You can attach the pdf. or confirmation page to this e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
To complete Exit Counseling, you will need:
- 20-30 minutes of uninterrupted time to complete the session.
- Your Federal Student Aid PIN (if you do not have a Federal Student Aid PIN, visit www.pin.ed.gov). You must sign in using your own Federal Student Aid PIN to complete counseling, as use of another person’s PIN constitutes fraud.
- Name(s) of the school(s) you wish to notify of counseling completion.
- Any details on your income, financial aid, and living expenses. Some of this information can be found in your student account information.
- The names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers for your next of kin, two references who live in the US, and your future employer (if known). This information is needed because at the end of the exit counseling session, this information is collected that will be included as part of your federal student loan records. Note: You may not list the same person as both your Next of Kin and a Reference.