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Entrance/Exit Forms Available for Download

August 9, 2011

As requested from schools, we have added a new item in the Resources section of www.nelnetloanservicing.com.  While online entrance/exit resources serve as the primary resource for fulfilling federal reporting requirements, many schools continue to implement in-person counseling sessions as part of their default aversion strategy.  Nelnet’s entrance/exit form is available as a downloadable .pdf.  The form lists the federally required bullets for both entrance and exit counseling.   Demographic information and reference fields are included.

Per federal regulations, if a student withdraws from the school without your prior knowledge or fails to complete the exit counseling as required, and you have determined that interactive counseling has not been completed, your are required to send written counseling materials within 30 days.  An e-mail sent with a PDF version of the written materials is acceptable assuming the electronic material contains all the required information. If the e-mail bounces back, FSA expects you to mail the required materials to the student. Simply sending an e-mail with a link to the materials will not satisfy the requirement to send written materials.

We have added our entrance/exit form to the Resources section on  our improved website for schools.  .  More downloadable .PDF resources can also be found in the Financial Literacy section of the site.  Please keep any your ideas and suggestions for other useful tools coming! 

Lou Murray, Southwest Regional Director, Nelnet Partner Solutions

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