Students graduating, transferring, or withdrawing from Emory & Henry College have requirements concerning the termination of student loans and federal financial aid. This process includes communicating with lenders, exit loan counseling, or requesting deferments. Students leaving the College can find relevant information below.
Students who graduate from Emory & Henry must notify their student loan lender to indicate that they have graduated and to provide a new address and information about employment. Students enrolling in a graduate program, may defer payments on student loans until the completion of the graduate degree. Graduate students must obtain the loan deferment form from their lender to be filled out by the graduate institution. Students enrolled at least half-time in a graduate program can request student loan deferment.
Aid students received at Emory & Henry does not transfer to other institutions. Students must adjust the FAFSA and work with the financial aid office at the new institution. Undisbursed aid students received at Emory & Henry will be cancelled when the financial aid office is notified the student is no longer enrolled at Emory & Henry College. The withdrawal and transfer process is administered by the Vice President of Student Affairs.
A portion of a student's federal Title IV funds may have to be returned to the U.S. Department of Education or lender as directed by federal regulation if a student withdraws before the end of the semester. The refund amount is dependent upon the length of enrollment.
Federal Stafford or Perkins loan recipients are required to complete exit loan counseling. Students can satisfy this requirement online or by scheduling an appointment with the College's loan coordinator.