CENTENARY UNIVERSITY IS CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING TELEPHONE DIFFICULTIES DUE TO PROVIDER SERVICES.

THE CURRENT PROBLEMS ARE LIMITED TO VERIZON WIRELESS SUBSCRIBERS. ANYONE NEEDING TO MAKE AN EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION TO THE UNIVERSITY AND IS UNABLE TO CAN DO SO THROUGH THE HACKETTSTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 908.852.3300.

Students who borrowed loans through the Federal Direct Loan Program while at Centenary are required to complete exit counseling. during their final semester at Centenary University. The purpose of exit counseling is to make sure that you understand the repayment terms that apply to your federal loans.

You need to complete exit counseling before you withdraw, graduate or drop below half-time attendance (even if you plan to transfer to another school).

Complete your Exit Counseling online at www.studentloans.gov.

You should complete exit counseling for both your Federal Direct Student Loans and your Federal Perkins loans. The Student Accounts Office will contact you during your last semester to complete your exit counseling for your Perkins Loans.

Do you have an accurate record of all your federal student loans? You can also review your federal student loans through the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) online at www.nslds.ed.gov. Remember, it is your responsibility to update each student loan servicer with your contact information.

To learn more about

Repayment Checklist

Before You Graduate

  1. Review your federal student loan history by logging in to www.studentloans.gov.
  2. Get to know your loan servicer and create an online account on their website
  3. Complete mandatory exit counseling.
  4. Know when you have to start making payments
  5. Create a budget.

After You Graduate

  1. Select an affordable repayment plan using the Repayment Estimator.
  2. Consider loan consolidation.
  3. Know whether you are eligible for loan forgiveness based on your employer or your job.
  4. Make on-time payments to your loan servicer
  5. Make repayment simple and save on interest—enroll in automatic debit. Check your servicer’s website for details.
  6. Know your options if you can’t make your loan payment
  7. Reduce your federal income taxes using tax benefits.

After You Graduate

  1. Select an affordable repayment plan using the Repayment Estimator.
  2. Consider loan consolidation.
  3. Know whether you are eligible for loan forgiveness based on your employer or your job.
  4. Make on-time payments to your loan servicer
  5. Make repayment simple and save on interest—enroll in automatic debit. Check your servicer’s website for details.
  6. Know your options if you can’t make your loan payment
  7. Reduce your federal income taxes using tax benefits.