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Considering Consolidation?

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Are you tired of managing multiple federal student loan payments, with multiple interest rates or multiple servicers? If so, now may be the time for loan consolidation. The U.S. Department of Education made the landmark decision to allow you to choose your consolidation servicer under the Direct Consolidation Loan program.

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What Is It? Is It Right for You?

What Is Direct Consolidation?

The Direct Consolidation Loan program is offered by the U.S. Department of Education to federal student loan borrowers. The program may allow you to consolidate your federal loans into one, and select the consolidation servicer of your choice.

Consolidation may be a great solution if you're looking for convenience and ease in managing multiple loans.

  • ONE Loan
  • ONE Fixed interest rate
  • ONE Monthly payment
  • + The student loan servicer of your choice!
  • + No consolidation fee

Consolidation gives you the opportunity to choose one of the U.S. Department of Education's consolidation servicers to complete and service your Direct Consolidation loan.

You now have the opportunity to choose!
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Keep in mind it's important to understand consolidation's details to find out if it's the right solution for you. If you have questions, contact us for help.

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