01-15-2013 01:10 PM
I know its probably a stupid or hard to answer question because it depends on where you took your loan out at, but how do i go about paying off my direct and subsidized loans? I don't want to wait til i'm out of school to do this and let a ton of interest accrue...so any information leading to going about just making a dent in my student loan would be great...im currently 30,000 in loan debt..
01-15-2013 03:00 PM
I'm assuming you don't know who your lender is?
If so, go to https://www.nslds.ed.gov/
Click on financial aid review, and type in the info. Once you log in, it will show you exactly what loans you have, and how much you owe. You can click on the loan to get info on the current servicer. From there, go on their website and create an account, or call them to get info. Once you log in you can start making payments.
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