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Topic 3 of 6 Understanding Student Loan Borrowing 1 ©2014 Mapping Your Future, Inc.
You Must Repay Your Loans Do not complete your education Do not complete your program within the regular completion time for that program Are not employed upon completion of your studies Feel that the education you received did not meet your expectations File bankruptcy. (Generally, student loans are not cancelled or discharged.) You must repay your loans, even if you: 2 ©2014 Mapping Your Future, Inc.
Tips for Borrowers Borrow conservatively Maintain satisfactory academic progress Understand withdrawals and refunds Keep in contact with your servicer 3 ©2014 Mapping Your Future, Inc.
Withdrawals and Refunds Contact the ___ office at ______ if you decide to withdraw before completing your program of study. Federal law specifies how financial assistance you earned and how much must be refunded. You may have to repay aid received, if you earned less than you received.The school will have to refund excess funds in a specific order. 4 ©2014 Mapping Your Future, Inc.
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