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Nsight Plus Tip: More Accurately Interpret Borrower Data

May 14, 2014


Have you had a chance to use the industry standard portfolio detail report that is available in Nsight Plus? It is called the “Nelnet Serviced Provider Loan Portfolio Detail Report.” Last year, a Nelnet project team worked in alignment with the Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council (PESC) to create this standardized report. The report consolidates current servicer (in this case, Nelnet) and NSLDS reports to provide you with detailed loan information in a single, standard format. Now, you can more accurately interpret the data you receive. Here is additional information:

  • There is a new header under Reports in Nsight Plus called “Student Counseling.” The sub-header for this new report is called “Student Loan Portfolio Detail Report.”
  • The name of the report in Nsight Plus is “XXXXX Serviced Student Loan Portfolio Detail Report,” where the “XXXXX” is the name of the provider (i.e. Nelnet, Edfinancial, Granite State, OSLA, VSAC). Note: Edfinancial, Granite State, OSLA, and VSAC all use the Nsight Plus platform for their serviced loan portfolio.
  • Due to its size, this report can be accessed as a scheduled report only. You can select the “Schedule Report” link to run the report with a .csv file format. You have the option of sending to your Nsight Plus report inbox or to an email address.

We hope you find the “Nelnet Serviced Provider Loan Portfolio Detail Report” helpful! Please visit our Nsight Plus webpage to request access if you haven’t already. If you have any questions about the report or Nsight Plus, please contact the Nelnet School Service Center at 866.4.NELNET or your Regional Director.


Pam King, Midwest Regional Director, Nelnet Partner Solutions

Pam King, Midwest Regional Director, Nelnet Partner Solutions

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