Consolidating loans and bills
You’re in deep with credit cards, student loan payments and car loans.
Minimum monthly payments aren’t doing the trick to help nix your debt, and you’re flippin’ scared.
Borrowers have different needs, so there are several repayment plans—including income-driven repayment plans, which base your monthly payment amount on your income and family size.
You’ll select a repayment plan when you apply for a Direct Consolidation Loan. You apply for a Direct Consolidation Loan through Student After you submit your application electronically at Student or by mailing a paper application, the consolidation servicer you selected will complete the actions required to consolidate your eligible loans.
Get the facts before you consolidate your debt or work with a settlement company.You can complete and submit the application online, or you can download and print a paper application from Student for submission by U. The consolidation servicer will be your point of contact for any questions you may have related to your consolidation application.Unless the loans you want to consolidate are in a deferment, forbearance, or grace period, it’s important for you to continue making payments on those loans until your consolidation servicer tells you that they have been paid off by your new Direct Consolidation Loan. Whom do I contact if I have questions about consolidation?Private education loans are not eligible for consolidation, but for some Direct Consolidation Loan repayment plans, the total amount of your education loan debt—including any private education loans—determines how long you have to repay your Direct Consolidation Loan.