Be an informed borrower
We've compiled tools, tips, calculators and resources to help you manage your debt and finance your education. Our dedicated financial aid team is available to assist you and offers individual consultations.
Know your loan debt
Knowing what you have borrowed and plan to borrow to complete medical school, will help you budget now and after.
- To check your overall federal borrowing amounts please log into your account at studentaid.gov.
- To review the types of loan programs at WSU check here.
Before you graduate
- Complete required Federal Direct Exit Loan Counseling
- Review your federal loans and your loan servicer(s)
- Access a list of your loans at studentaid.gov
Loan repayment assistance
Federal Consolidation Loan
Federal consolidation loans allow you to combine existing federal student loans into one new loan with a weighted-average interest rate of the interest rates on the loans included in the consolidation, rounded up to the next higher one-eighth of one percent. Loan consolidation reduces the number of monthly payments to individual lenders/servicers and may also lower monthly payment amounts. More information about online: Federal Direct Loan Consolidation.
Link to self-enroll in AAMC online courses in canvas: https://canvas.wayne.edu/enroll/DXCFJM
Debt Management Resources
Calculators, organizers and other tools
Becoming financially literate
Resources from the federal government
- Saving and Spending
Budgeting for 2022-23 expenses
The U.S. Department of Education stipulates the Cost of Attendane (COA) can include only the period that a student is enrolled, i.e., attending classes. Differences in the enrollment period cause differences in COA.
Following is a chart of the average expenses compounded by the number of month of coursework. It is a guide to help budget each financial aid refund check disbursed during the period of enrollment. Note: The amounts are estimates only.
2022-23 estimated expenses