According to federal regulations, public institutions must disclose certain information to prospective and enrolled students, parents, and employees. Available disclosures and contact information can be found in Right to Know. Our Money Management section discusses issues such as managing your finances, credit card spending and the value of loans. Any one of our financial aid staff, with reasonable notice and during hours of operation, is available to assist any enrolled or prospective student and their families to obtain consumer information.
Right to Know
Internal Web Resources:
- Federally Required Disclosures
- University Whistleblower Protection policy.
- Return of Federal Financial Assistance
External Web Resources:
- Department of Education Ombudsman (federal aid complaints/concerns)
- Graduation Rate Reports
- Federal Tax Benefits for Education- IRS Publication 970 (Hope Credit, Lifetime Learning Credit, Student Loan Interest Deduction)
- American Consumer Credit Counseling
- Federal Trade Commission
- The National Foundation for Credit Counseling
- For questions about payment plans, a complete listing of deferment options and Direct Loan repayment options, please contact the Direct Loan Servicer at 1-800-848-0979 or online at Student Loans REDIRECTS TO STUDENT AID HOMEPAGE. If your loans were received from a lender other than Direct Loans you will need to contact them to request this information.