Financial Aid - Direct Loan Exit Counseling

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Welcome to Metro Technology Centers' Direct Loan exit counseling session.

All federal student loan borrowers (in both the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) and Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) programs) receiving student loans for attendance at Metro Technology Centers (MTC) who are graduating during the current academic year, or students who have withdrawn or dropped below half-time attendance must complete exit counseling, either in a group session, or via an on-line session. This is a Federal requirement. Please complete this Direct Loan exit counseling session to help you to understand your loan rights and responsibilities.

During this exit counseling session you will receive your specific loan information directly from the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) which will include your loan balance (for your loans received at MTC as well as loan debt from any other institution you may have attended, repayment information., estimated monthly payments and a budget worksheet. During this process you will read the Direct Loan information and answer the questions to ensure comprehension You will also provide contact information including future employer, next of kin, and references.

You will need your federal PIN to access this website.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Kelly Harjo-Cox at (405) 595-4446 or Craig Marable at (405) 595-4436.

We thank you for choosing Metro Technology Centers as a part of your journey to successful employment and life.

(You will need your Federal Student Aid ID to sign in.)
If you do not have a Federal Student Aid ID,
you can apply for one at http://studentaid.gov/fsaid

Begin the process now at: https://studentloans.gov. Under the section “Tools and Resources”, select “Exit Counseling” for NSLDS Student Access. Select “Financial Aid Review” to view and/or print your specific student loan data. Return to the NSLDS Student Access page, select “Exit Counseling” and complete the process.