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First year student-- when will student loans appear on CR?

When can I expect my student loans to be reported and show up on my CR?

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Re: First year student-- when will student loans appear on CR?

Once the loan is disbursed, you'll see an account appear on your reports in about 60-90 days.  It can take a while for the servicer to get all the information, and then they often only do 1 or 2 batch reports a month, so it's not the fastest process.  If you took out loans for the Fall semester, I would expect them to hit your reports soon if they haven't already.

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