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Latest from FSA: New Direct Consolidation Loan Process Information

January 23, 2014

In the first phase of the transition, some consolidation applicants will begin using the new Direct Consolidation Loan process, while other consolidation applicants will continue using the existing loan consolidation process. Later, in the second phase, all applicants will use the new Direct Consolidation Loan process. The second phase is targeted for implementation in spring 2014.

Feeling confused? See the original IFAP Electronic Announcement for more details or contact your Nelnet Loan Servicing representative. If you don’t know your rep, go to NelnetLoanServicing.com and click on our map.

Amy Moser, Southern Regional Director, Nelnet Partner Solutions

Amy Moser, Southern Regional Director, Nelnet Partner Solutions

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