Students who graduate from Emory & Henry must notify their student loan lender to indicate that they have graduated and to provide a new address and information about employment. Students enrolling in a graduate program, may defer payments on student loans until the completion of the graduate degree. Graduate students must obtain the loan deferment form from their lender to be filled out by the graduate institution. Students enrolled at least half-time in a graduate program can request student loan deferment.
Every graduating senior or student leaving Emory & Henry College, who received a federal Stafford loan while attending Emory & Henry College, is required to complete an exit interview. Students can satisfy this requirement by completing online exit counseling or scheduling an appointment to speak in person with the College's loan coordinator.
Students who received a Perkins loan while attending Emory & Henry College must also complete exit loan counseling for Perkins Loan. Students can satisfy this requirement by completing the exit loan counseling at http://www.mycampusloan.com/.
It is important that students begin repaying loans promptly. Remember: students are to notify the lender of completion of studies at Emory & Henry College and of changes in address, enrollment, and employment. The repaying your student debt information sheet provides tips for students.
Students may schedule appointments to meet with financial aid staff or attend group sessions to learn more about repaying student debt.