Student Loan Repayment

Federal Perkins Loans and Trinity College Institutional Loans

University Accounting Services, LLC (UAS) is the loan servicer for these types of loans.

These loans have 9-month grace periods once your enrollment falls below half time status. During your grace period, interest will not accrue and no payments are required.
You will be billed on a quarterly basis for these loans. It is your responsibility to make certain that the billing agent has your current address.
Late payments are subject to late fees and will be reported to a national credit bureau.

There are numerous deferment and forbearance options available to assist you during the repayment of your loans, including educational deferments and economic hardship deferments. You may either download the appropriate deferment forms from the loan servicers or you can contact them and have the forms mailed to you.

Consult your promissory note for a complete listing of your rights and responsibilities.

Loan Payments

Payments for Perkins and Institutional Loans (made payable to Trinity College) should be mailed to University Accounting Service (UAS):

University Accounting Services, LLC
PO Box 5291
Carol Stream, IL 60197-5291

On line bill payments: www.uasecho.com

For further information visit UAS website at www.uaservice.com or call (800) 999-6227

Direct Stafford Loan Program

Direct Loans have a 6-month grace period once your enrollment falls below half time status. During your grace period, interest will not accrue and no payments are required. (Interest will accrue on unsubsidized loans)

You will be billed on a monthly basis for these loans. It is your responsibility to make certain that the billing agent has your current address.

These loans are serviced by your lender or a loan service. If you do not know who your lender is, you can look up the information on the National Student Loan Data System at www.nslds.ed.gov.  

Late payments are subject to late fees and will be reported to a national credit bureau.

There are numerous deferment and forbearance options available to assist you during the repayment of your loans, including educational deferments and economic hardship deferments. You may either download the appropriate deferment forms from the loan servicers or you can contact them and have the forms mailed to you.

Consult your promissory note for a complete listing of your rights and responsibilities and visit the federal student aid web site.

For Direct Loan payments:
The  Direct Loan Program offers a choice of several repayment plans that differ in a number of ways to meet the needs of individual borrowers. To view the options avialabe for repaying your loan, visit http://studentaid.ed.gov.  If you are not sure who your loan servicer is, you can look up the information for your account on the National Student Loan Data System at www.nslds.ed.gov.

Loan Disputes:

The federal government has created an office to handle loan disputes that cannot be resolved between the borrower and either the loan servicer or the school.  You should contact this office only in the event that you are unable to rectify your situation with your loan servicer or with Trinity College.

FSA Ombudsman
U.S. Department of Education
830 First St. NE
4th Floor
Washington, DC 20202-5144

Fax: 202-275-0549

(877) 557-2575

http://ombudsman.ed.gov

 Trinity College Student Loan Office:

Trinity College
Student Accounts & Loans
300 Summit Street
Hartford, CT 06106

(860) 297-2027 Dina Jorge

dina.jorge@trincoll.edu

or (860) 297-5344 fax