Exit Counseling is required by the Federal government to remind you of your rights and responsibilities as a borrower and, most importantly, to educate you about loan repayment options.
Students receive an Exit Counseling requirement when they drop below half-time status (including withdrawals), break continuous enrollment, or graduate. All of these events can trigger the repayment phase of your federal student loans.
If you are not enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at UNF, but you are concurrently enrolled (see question 8), make sure that One-Stop is aware of your hours at the host institution by submitting a Financial Aid Consortium Agreement.
If you are not enrolled less than half-time, did not withdraw to less than half-time, you did not break continuous enrollment and you have not graduated, but have received an Exit Counseling requirement, please contact One-Stop Student Services.
In the meantime, don't worry! Completing Exit Counseling alone will not force you into repayment status or prevent you from receiving future disbursements of student loans. However, failure to complete Exit Counseling when required to do so will prevent future disbursements of financial aid awards and also prohibit you from receiving official UNF transcripts.