Most banks offer basic online billing services for free, and you can set up automatic billing payments to avoid late fees. Online payment is a simple process, for example: logging into your account on the Verizon website, then navigating to the Billing section, clicking on it, you will be prompted to enter your bank account number and other information. Then authorizing the bank to pay the bill for you.
Sign On. If you have difficulty making timely, monthly payments to your NJCLASS loan, relief options are available. Contact us at 800-792-8670 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available through the following links: Payment Relief Options. Refinance/Consolidation. Affordable Repayment Options.
NJCLASS loans carry fixed-repayment terms that begin when the loan is first disbursed. Relief periods do not extend the repayment term. A higher monthly payment is usually required after a relief period, since the NJCLASS loans must be repaid in full by their maturity date.
The defaulted Federal Family Education Loan Program student loans serviced by the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) have been transferred to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). HESAA is no longer able to accept credit card payments. Please contact KHEAA at 800-928-4241 to establish a payment arrangement with them.
Loan Repayment, Deferment, Forgiveness, Delinquency & Default. HESAA Loan Forgiveness / Redemption Programs. Currently, HESAA administers the following loan forgiveness or redemption programs. A summary of each program and eligibility requirements is available by clicking on each link: Nursing Faculty Loan Redemption Program.