Governor Roy Barnes declared October "Student Loan Default Prevention Awareness Month". The goal of the campaign was to increase awareness and education of students regarding student loan issues, including the repayment of student loans, loan default, and debt and money management
Throughout the month of October, Emory’s Financial Literacy Program will be working to highlight and promote the importance of responsible borrowing and further educate Emory’s students on the various student loan resources available to them on and off campus.
Our belief is that by employing prevention and outreach, we can contribute to our students’ loan repayment success and, therefore, reduce the risk of default.
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August 1 through March 31
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Students are highly encouraged to meet all published deadlines to ensure they receive their financial aid awards in a timely manner.
At Emory University, we understand that your education may be the most important investment you and your family ever make. It is an investment and a commitment that will pay off for the rest of your life. The Office of Financial Aid is committed to helping you and your family determine the best way to pay for your education. We are here to help you find the best solution for your situation and your needs.
Our website will provide you with a wealth of helpful information specific to the financial aid process. The mission of the Office of Financial Aid is to support, counsel and educate students in the financial aid process by providing exceptional customer service and by administering programs with integrity and equity.