2021 Debt Management Sessions

Debt Management Session for 2021 Graduating Students

Individual counseling sessions can be scheduled via Teams with a financial aid counselor.  Please email vsfa@uthscsa.edu to schedule an appointment after you complete your federal exit session at studentaid.gov.

Student Loan Debt Management Checklist – this resource outlines steps you can take as you prepare to manage your loans after graduation.

 

Medical Students:

The 2021 Student Loan Debt Management Session will be held on March 24, 2021 virtually and registration is required.  Please see the exit notice sent to you on March 13, 2021 for details. To better prepare for this session, please review the Preparation Checklist and preview the presentation- both resources linked below.

2021 PreparationChecklist

Medical Student Debt Manager – This resource is produced by the Association of American Medical College and does not take place of the required online exit session with the Department of Education at studentaid.gov

AAMC MedLoans® Organizer and Calculator  This tool was developed to assist medical students and residents with managing their education debt. The MLOC provides a secure location to organize and track student loans while also displaying possible repayment plans and costs based on the borrower’s student loan debt.

 

Dental Students:

Individual counseling sessions can be scheduled via Teams with a financial aid counselor.  Please review the materials below and complete the online exit session at studentaid.gov before scheduling an appointment as it will help you identify the areas you would like to discuss.

Dental Student 2021 Student Loan Debt Management Checklist

Dental Students Class of 2021 Exit Interview Student Version –  This resource is provided by the American Dental Education Association and does not take place of the required online exit session with the Department of Education at studentaid.gov.

Other Resources:

The document below provides information about the income-driven repayment plans that are available to most federal student loan borrowers.

Differences Between the Income Driven Plans

Income Driven Repayment Plans: Questions and Answers