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Consolidating direct and non direct student loans

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To qualify for loan consolidation, the student must: The interest rate under consolidation will be fixed using the weighted average of all interest rates consolidated plus 1/8 percent.

Repayment will vary from 12 to 30 years depending upon the amount outstanding in other, non-consolidated loans.

The most significant change is the repeal of the Single Holder rule.

This rule required borrowers who had borrowed all of their federal Stafford or PLUS loans from one lender to consolidate with only that lender.

For example, many graduates have asked us how student loan consolidation works.

While consolidating student loans is not the right choice for everyone, it can be a real help to some.

On February 8, 2006, President Bush signed the Higher Education Reconciliation Act of 2005 (HERA) which made some significant changes to federal consolidation loans.In 2007, Congress created the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program to encourage individuals to enter and continue to work full time in public service jobs.Under a traditional payment plan, the borrower makes payments for up to 10 years to pay the principal and interest accrued on his or her student loan(s).Graduated repayments as well as equal installments will be offered as part of loan consolidation.Private loans like the Residency Interviewing & Relocation Loan cannot be consolidated with the Federal Loan Consolidation Program.(See below for information on how non-Direct Loans may be eligible.) The Direct Loan Program includes the following loans: NOTE: To qualify for forgiveness of a parent PLUS Loan you, the parent borrower, not the student on whose behalf you obtained the loan, must be employed by a public service organization.