The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS®) database is the U.S. Department of Education’s central record for student aid. It contains data from schools, guaranty agencies, the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) program, and other U.S. Department of Education programs.
What is NSLDS used for?
The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education’s central database for student aid. It receives data from schools, agencies that guaranty loans, the Direct Loan program, and other U.S. Department of Education programs.
Where can I find NSLDS report?
In order to download your federal student loan data, or NSLDS file, you will log into the https://studentaid.gov/ using your FSA ID and Password. This is a user id that you created within the Federal Student Aid system when you took out your loans.
Where do I find all my student loan information?
StudentAid.gov is the U.S. Department of Education’s comprehensive database for all federal student aid information.
At StudentAid.gov, you can find:
- Your student loan amounts and balances.
- Your loan servicer(s) and their contact information.
- Your interest rates.
- Your current loan status (in repayment, in default, etc.)
Who can access NSLDS?
Federal privacy laws protect this information. The only people who can access NSLDS are those individuals that need the information to calculate your future aid eligibility, or to resolve questions about your loans or grants on a need-to-know basis.
Do student loans go away after 7 years?
Student loans don’t go away after 7 years. There is no program for loan forgiveness or loan cancellation after 7 years. However, if it’s been more than 7.5 years since you made a payment on your student loan debt and you default, the debt and the missed payments can be removed from your credit report.
What is the difference between a deferment and forbearance?
Both allow you to temporarily postpone or reduce your federal student loan payments. The main difference is if you are in deferment, no interest will accrue to your loan balance. If you are in forbearance, interest WILL accrue on your loan balance.
What type of student loan does not accrue interest?
Subsidized Loans do not accrue interest while you are in school at least half-time or during deferment periods. Unsubsidized Loans are loans for both undergraduate and graduate students that are not based on financial need.
How do students access NSLDS?
Students have access to their own information on the NSLDS Student Access Web site, nslds.ed.gov. A student will need to create and use his/her FSA User ID and password to log in. Please instruct students to this site so that they may directly view their personal student loan information.
How do I find out who my lender is for student loans?
Identifying Your Servicer
To find out who your loan servicer is, visit your account dashboard, find the “My Aid” section, and select “View loan servicer details,” or. call the Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC) at 1-800-433-3243.
How do I find old student loans?
You can also find your old federal student loans and look up how much you owe by logging in to StudentAid.gov. For help with a defaulted loan, contact the loan holder. You can find out who that is by selecting “view loan servicer details.”
How do I check my student loan balance?
Checking Your Federal Student Loan Balances
- Head to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) The Department of Education runs the NSLDS. From here you can create a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) or log in with your existing account. …
- Contact Your School. Sometimes not all loans show up in the NSLDS.