Please click on the links for more information on how to learn more and manage your student loans.
A Student Loan Coordinator is available on-campus for assistance with any student loan questions or concerns.
Please contact our office at 808-984-3277 or by email


Log in at the National Student Loan Database System ( to:
*Log in with your FSA ID (Federal Student Aid ID) username and password to login.
*Find out who is your federal loan servicer(s) FOR repayment
*History of federal loans and pell grant use


Student loan borrowers are REQUIRED to complete an exit counseling each time any of the following occurs:
2)Leave or Withdraw from school (transfers included)
3)Drop below half-time enrollment (less than six credits)

To view instruction on how to complete your exit counseling requirement click here. To view the Exit Counseling Guide which provides information about the loan repayment process click here.

Are your student loans defaulted?

Fixing your defaulted student loans are important if you plan to return to school.
*Login to with your FSAID Username and Password ( to review all your loan(s). Its important to review your student loans, your serivicers, to account for all loans acquired.
*Here is a quick guide for 3 Ways to Fix your Defaulted Student Loan
*Contact the Default Resolution Group, the USDOE Collection agency at 1-800-621-311


If your loan continues to be delinquent, the loan may go into default. The point when a loan is considered to be in default varies depending on the type of loan you received.

For a loan made under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program or the Federal Family Education Loan Program, you’re considered to be in default if you don’t make your scheduled student loan payments for a period of at least 270 days (about nine months).


Eligibility for an In-School Deferment request:
*Enrolled at least half-time (6 credits)
*Enrolled at an eligible school and program
*Complete the form and submit to admissions office one week prior to 1st day of the semester.

Am I eligible for Loan Forgiveness or Discharges?

Find out if you qualify for these programs based on your job or circumstances. Contact your loan servicer today.
*Public Serivce Loan Forgiveness
*Total and Permanent Disability Discharge
*Teacher Loan Forgiveness

Student Loan Repayment Checklist

First tip in repayment – Click on this link for the checklist and Register online with your federal student loan servicer.
*In addition to these recommended tips, learn more about the repayment process with this video playlist.

*Check out this quick guide on repaying your loans.

Explore repayment options based on your income by using this calculator. Login with your FSA ID or proceed with a close estimation.

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