Consolidating federal graduate student loans

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Please be aware that other federal loans, such as Perkins Loans, Health Education Assistance Loans (HEAL), Health Professions Student Loans (HPSL), Nursing Student Loans (NSL), and Loans for Disadvantaged Students (LDS) cannot be consolidated through the Special Direct Consolidation Loan but may be included in the Traditional Direct Consolidation Loan.

Request to Add a Loan to an Existing Federal Direct Consolidation Loan Mail your completed form to: Navient - Department of Education Loan Servicing Attn: Loan Consolidations Originations P. Box 6180 Indianapolis, IN 46206-6180 The interest rate is calculated by the weighted average of the interest rates of the loans consolidated, rounded up to the nearest 0.125 percent.

During this period of time, eligible borrowers will receive an additional interest rate reduction on a portion of the loans consolidated.

To qualify, a federal loan borrower must have at least one Direct Federal Stafford, Grad PLUS, Parent PLUS, or Consolidation Loan AND at least one Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL), Federal Stafford, Grad PLUS, Parent PLUS, or Consolidation Loan.

But if you are like most grad students, you have been in school for many years and have little real world experience.

Graduate students may seem well positioned in the working world for their academic qualifications, but in many cases they are actually just as lacking in practical experience as undergrads – but in more debt.

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