Loan Repayment Help
As a student loan borrower it is important for you to understand your rights and responsibilities.
Once you are no longer enrolled in at least six credit hours, you will have a repayment grace period during which time you may choose to repay your loan without penalty, choose a repayment plan, be notified by your loan servicer of your repayment date, and to update any changes to your address and other contact information to you loan servicer.
The information on this page is designed to help you begin the loan repayment process. Additional information may be found at the Student Aid website. Here are some links to help guide you to a successful repayment plan.
- Repayment Plans
- The How, When, Whom About Loan Payments
- Consolidating Loans
- Loan Forgiveness
- Federal Student Loan Tips from KHEAA
Failing to repay your student loan will result in default. This can bring severe consequences to the borrower including the following:
- The Internal Revenue Service can take your federal and state tax refunds.
- The government can garnish your wages.
- You lose eligibility for additional federal student aid.
- It will take years to reestablish your credit and recover from default.
- National credit bureaus will be notified of your default making it difficult to purchase a car, home or often to rent an apartment.
Review the information below on how to stay out of default by choosing the repayment plan that works for you.
- Avoiding Default
- Getting Out of Default
- Resolving Disputes
- Loan Deferment and Forbearance
- John R. Justice Loan Repayment Assistance Program thought KHEAA
For assistance, please call (855)246-5282 (855-2GO-JCTC) or visit our Student Service Center online.