0:24 If you have a PLUS loan, your loan will be repaid after your final payment, If you and your credit service provider disagree on the balance or status of your loan, follow these steps to settle your disputes: 0:37 And don`t forget to accept only the loans you need, 1:18 Contact your credit provider, to see if you qualify for a postponement or an indulgence. Please contact the Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA) of the Ministry of National Education (ED) if you have any questions about your loans or payments. 0:42 For loans you receive from the U.S. Department of Education, the myeddebt.ed.gov website helps student borrowers who are late to arrange debt payments. There are several ways to contact the default resolution group or you can call 1-800-621-3115. Sallie Mae was founded in 1972 as the Student Loan Marketing Association. Originally in public sponsorship, SLM/Sallie Mae began managing federal and private loans for students who needed financial assistance. Sallie Mae began privatizing its operations from 1997 and severed all ties with the federal government until 2004. Today, they are a completely independent company specializing in providing financial services to students and their families. Sallie Mae was cited as one of America`s Top 100 Citizens.
0:30 Getting a loan is a big decision. You can repay your loans 0:14 For example, you don`t need to start repaying your direct subsidized loan For every federal student loan you`ve received, your school or credit service provider has provided you with information about it. This way, you can find the current balance for each credit. Or you can check your credit history and write down the amount you originally borrowed. 1: 39 The National Student Loan Data System may obtain the name of your credit service provider Sallie Mae offers the following general loans to students in the United States who wish to finance their post-secondary education. Sallie Mae has a long history of university loans for eligible students. But Sallie Mae offers many other services that aim to make higher education more accessible to more Americans.