A US website for existing loans only using the student loan login page at StudentLoans.gov for repayments or balances inquiries of federal aid for college and school.
You will be required to have a FSA ID instead of a PIN number in the future for access and payments on your account that match your FAFSA information.
Begin at https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action# with your student loan login and PIN combined with your first two characters of your last name and date of birth to complete the authentication process and view your balance.
The FAFSA PIN can be reset if you have trouble logging in to the U.S. Department of Education’s official website. Do not loose your PIN number or you will not be able to login for future sessions until it is reset.
In your student account you will find four sections of information that breaks down different process for getting your education with a student loan.
Select undergraduate students, graduate or professional students, parent borrowers, or repayment and loan consolidation as what applies to your visit for the current session.
Undergraduates using their student loan login can complete entrance counseling, complete a TEACH grant, direct subsidized notes, exit counseling, or use the repayment calculator.
Professional studies have a different set of options from the choices of a PLUS loan, PLUS counseling, MPN, or completing the Financial Awareness Counseling program as a requirement before a loan application is approved.
Parent borrowers only have one additional option to complete the signature of a Direct PLUS loan master promissory note on behalf of a student registering for college.
Repayment plans are due every month on a set schedule in accordance with the amount of your loan and the semester of school in which it was awarded by the US Department of Education.
It is important to understand that a completed FAFSA application must be complete first before a student loan login will be issued.
For more information on this, see the resources below.