Understanding how Loan Science helps students like you.


If Loan Science has reached out to you on behalf of your school, relax, we’re on your side. Loan Science is your guide to help to manage your student loan. In fact, we have it down to a science. We can help you navigate your loan repayment easily without any additional charges.

Keeping track of staying on track.


Of the 20 million Americans that attend college every year, 60% use student loans to help pay for it. Signing up for your student loan was probably pretty easy. Managing your loan after the fact, however, may be somewhat more challenging. You’re not alone.


That’s where we come in. Loan Science can help you track down the specific details of your loan to create a repayment plan that works for you. There are several convenient repayment plans available and we’ll help you select the one that’s right for your unique situation.


If you are already repaying your loan but having trouble making payments, Loan Science can help take the heat off a little while keeping you in good standing.

The forms below are those that borrowers working with Loan Science find most useful. We can help you determine which are the right forms for you to use for your particular situation.


866-311-9450 loansupport@loanscience.com

Please keep in mind that we’re reaching out to you in an effort to assist you. We’ll even advocate for you, so you can get a break. 

Learn more about how we can help you find a student loan repayment program that works for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please be aware that Loan Science may not be contacting you about all your federal student loans. However, Loan Science can provide information that will help you successfully navigate the repayment process.

First, remember that student financial aid comes in many forms, including scholarships, grants, work-study, and student loans. Unlike these other aid types, loans have to be repaid.

Wouldn't it be nice if there were a simple answer to that question? Unfortunately, there's a bit more to it. But don't worry; it's not too complicated and Loan Science can help you find the details that directly pertain to your loan.

You may have borrowed your student loan(s) from a private institution, from your state government, or from one of the federal loan programs. The loan we may be contacting you about is a federal student loan. And you're in luck! Federal loans generally offer favorable terms, more repayment options, and the possibility of deferment or forbearance if you have trouble making your payments.


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