Top will let you know when the first payment is due.If any of the loans you want to consolidate are still in the grace period, you have the option of indicating on your Direct Consolidation Loan application that you want the servicer that is processing your application to delay the consolidation of your loans until closer to the grace period end date.
This consolidation will also allow us to: better serve you and your furry family members by extending our office hours on Thursday to 5 pm and on Monday and Wednesday to 7 pm; offer more complete and uninterrupted veterinary care; and assemble a larger support staff to accommodate our increased hours of operation.Those of you who visited our Norwalk office know that the facility is an older structure.Though we've been able to make some cosmetic updates and minor structural repairs, the building required even more significant repairs, the costs of which were simply not justified.We understand that this move may be inconvenient to those of you who live closer to our Norwalk location, but we will do everything possible to help minimize that inconvenience.If you submitted your application online, your consolidation servicer’s contact information was provided at the end of the online process.
Loan consolidation can be helpful for borrowers who want to combine their eligible federal student loans into a single Direct Consolidation Loan.
Unless the loans you want to consolidate are in a deferment, forbearance, or grace period, it’s important for you to continue making payments on those loans until your consolidation servicer tells you that they have been paid off by your new Direct Consolidation Loan.
top This depends on where you are in the consolidation process.
Top Private education loans are not eligible for consolidation, but for some Direct Consolidation Loan repayment plans, the total amount of your education loan debt—including any private education loans—determines how long you have to repay your Direct Consolidation Loan.
The loans that were consolidated are paid off and no longer exist.
It's important to understand and carefully consider all factors before consolidating.