The NSLDS gets information from several government and loan processing services.Here are the sources for NSLDS data: When data from these sources are combined, you can get a comprehensive overview of your outstanding loans, repaid loans and repayment schedules.See what’s in there, and get yourself anchored and prepared.” The NSLDS was authorized as part of the 1986 Higher Education Act (HEA) Amendments and is administered by the Office of Federal Student Aid.It was formed with three purposes: The NSLDS initially focused on federal loan compliance but eventually expanded to encompass detailed data from federal student loan and grant programs in which students are enrolled.To provide more complete comparisons, the site features products from our partners as well as institutions which are not advertising partners.While we make an effort to include the best deals available to the general public, we make no warranty that such information represents all available products."Advertiser Disclosure Wednesday, October 18, 2017 The editorial content on this page is not provided by any financial institution and has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.
To look at your federal loan and grant information, click on “Financial Aid Review" after entering your FSA ID and password into the NSLDS website.
The ID and password also provide access to many other Department of Education websites.
To create an FSA username and password, visit this link.
Organizations that provide loan information for the NSLDS report on different schedules..
The NSLDS is not infallible; it’s important to check your page regularly for errors and inaccuracies.