If you’ve forgotten your FSA ID username or password, you can retrieve it at https://gov/npas/If you took out private, nonfederal loans, you can usually find those on your credit report.Below are answers to other important questions you may have about your federal loans: Set up an account with your servicer(s).Also, be sure to take advantage of any eligible deferments by notifying all servicers of your current situation and contact information.Federal student loans have a six-month grace period.Our commitment to you doesn’t end when you’re no longer enrolled.
Our loan servicer partners are ECMC Solutions and i3 Group.
If you do not receive a 1098-E from your servicer, you can contact the servicer or use your online student loan tools to determine how much interest you paid.
Publication 970 provides more information about this deduction, too.
Below are answers to several questions you may have about loan servicers and the communication process: Even if you are in a non-delinquent status, you may be contacted by a loan servicer seeking to assist you with successful loan repayment.
If the servicer indicates you are delinquent, please understand that there can be a lag of approximately one month for status updates between all parties.