Chadron State College
Chadron State College

Exit Counseling

All CSC borrowers must complete Direct Loan Exit Counseling online before graduating.  A student is also required to complete Exit Counseling when they have dropped below half time (6 credit hours), withdraw, or transfer to another institution.  You may complete your Exit Counseling online at studentaid.gov To complete Exit Loan Counseling you will need your FSA ID Username and Password.

Before proceeding with your Exit Counseling, please take a moment to review the information below.

Monthly and Total Payments on the Standard Payment Plan

(Payments are calculated using the maximum interest rate of 6.8% for student borrowers)

  Total Debt When Borrower Enters Repayment Payment Per Month Total Payment** Total Financing Cost/Interest Charged**
Freshman Max. $3,500 $50* $4,478 $978
Sophomore Max. $4,500 $52* $6,214 $1,714
Junior/Senior Max. $5,500 $63 $7,595 $2,095
Total Borrowed for Undergraduate Degree $19,000 $219*** $26,238 $7,238
*Minimum payment required per loan.
**Does not include any interest that has been capitalized on an Unsubsidized Loan.
***Payment is based on consolidated loans.
Average Debt of CSC Graduates
Semester # of Graduate Borrowers Total Borrowed Average Borrowed
Spring 2020 170 $3,423,177.00 $20,136.34
Fall 2019 93 $1,860,671.00 $20,007.22
Spring 2019 173 $3,374,481.00 $19,505.67
Fall 2018 114 $2,272,752.00 $19,936.42
* This chart shows the average loan amounts borrowed on the Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Student Loan Program at Chadron State College.

If you wish to view your personal total outstanding debt, login to your MyCSC.  Click Financial Aid at the top of the page, and in the Loan Information box on the left hand side, click View Loan Information.  Or you may login to the studentaid.gov with your FSA ID.

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Chadron State College's current Default Rate is 8.3%

FSA Ombudsman
The Federal Student Aid Ombudsman of the Department of Education helps resolve disputes and solve other problems with federal student loans.