Loyola University Maryland

Office of Financial Aid

Exit Counseling

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All federal and institutional loan borrowers are required to complete Exit Counseling before graduating, withdrawing, dropping below half-time enrollment, or transferring to another college or university.

The Exit Counseling sessions will provide information about your rights and responsibilities, repayment options, and other information related to your status as a borrower under each program.  Loyola University will receive an electronic confirmation that you have completed each session successfully.

There are two federal loan programs and one institutional loan program from which you may have borrowed while enrolled at Loyola.  Your annual student loan borrowing history is available via WebAdvisor under the tabs:  Financial Aid/View Financial Aid Award.  The links to each loan Exit Counseling session are listed below.  

Note: You must have a Department of Education-issued Personal Identification Number (PIN) to complete the Federal Direct Stafford Exit Counseling.  If you have lost your PIN, you may view it or request a new one a the Federal PIN web site, www.pin.ed.gov.

Graduating or Leaving School