- Academic Departments
- Academic Success Center
- Academic Learning Center, Columbiana Campus
- Academic Advising - Undergraduate
- Academic STARS
- Academic Testing Services
- Academic Transfer
- Accreditation, Assessment and Learning (formerly Academic Quality Improvement Project or AQIP)
- Accounting, Department of
- Accounts Payable
- Accessibility Services
- Administrative Offices
- Adult Students
- Advanced Placement Program
- Aerospace Studies/Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp
- Affirmative Action Office
- Air Force ROTC
- Alma Mater
- Alumni Relations
- Animal Research
- Annual Kent State Symposium on Democracy
- Apps, Kent State
- Anthropology, Department of
- Architecture and Environmental Design, College of
- Architect's Office
- Army ROTC
- Art, School of
- Art Education
- Arts and Sciences, College of
- Arts, College of the
- Ashtabula Campus
Exit Loan Counseling
The United States Department of Education requires all students who have received a Direct Loan from Kent State University to complete Exit Loan Counseling. A student must complete Exit Loan Counseling when they exit the university, drop to less than half time enrollment status or graduate. Exit Loan Counseling informs you of your rights and responsibilities regarding the repayment process.
You must complete Exit Loan Counseling on the web, via www.studentloans.gov.
You will need your Department of Education FSA ID to access your Exit Loan Counseling information. If you have forgotten your FSA ID or need to request an FSA ID, go to fsaid.ed.gov. The FSA ID has replaced the PIN. The website will direct you on how to create an FSA ID if you do not already have a PIN. Once you receive your FSA ID, you will be able to access your Exit Loan Counseling requirements by returning to www.studentloans.gov.
Visit with financial aid representatives at the upcoming Graduation Fair!
For students graduating Spring 2017, the fair will be held at the Kent Student Center Bookstore Dates and times of the Graduation Fair will be posted in early spring.
Questions regarding this information may be directed to, email@example.com.
Budgeting and Repayment
While you are logged into www.studentloans.gov, we highly recommend that you use the Repayment Estimator listed at the bottom left of the page under Tools and Calculators. This will give you an accurate estimate of your monthly payment. It is extremely important to budget for your upcoming loan payment now even though your loan payment will not start until 6 months after you graduate, withdraw or fall below half time enrollment.