Exit Interview / Student Loans Office / Office of the Bursar
Not all loans are alike; interest rates, repayment periods and other allowances vary depending upon the loan program and the source of the loan fund. Exit documents are designed to help you understand your rights and obligations as a student loan borrower. However, the promissory note is the legal document governing your loan.
The rules governing your loan(s) are established by Federal regulations, state laws and /or donors' wishes. Parts of these rules require that our office provide you with an "Exit Interview" when you graduate, withdraw, or drop below the number of credits required to keep your loan from entering repayment status.
Recipients of certain types of loans are required, by federal and/or institutional regulations, to conduct an exit interview.
You must complete an Exit Interview if you graduate, transfer from or leave the campus (even for one semester) which granted the loan, or (at any time) drop below the required number of credits which caused your loan to enter its initial grace period. The Exit Interview provides an explanation of repayment, loan terminology, and deferment and cancellation privileges.
- Go to: www.ecsi.net
- Click on the "Student" tab
- Enter School Code: R7
- Enter Account Number: Your Social Security Number
- Enter pin or have it mailed to you if you don't have it
For questions, contact the Student Loans Office.