May 28, 2010, Newsletter Issue #172: Entrance And Exit Counseling For Federal Financial Aid

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Chase Tip: After you complete your degree or leave school, you may also be required to complete exit counseling. This provides greater detail on the expectations for repaying any school loans you received. Students learn about options and what can happen if you are unable to repay your school loans. In addition, through this process, students learn that it is very important to provide updates to their lender regarding any changes like address or name. It is important to note that failure to complete exit counseling could result in your college or university holding up transcripts or other academic records.

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