How it Works

What we do

Determining your financial situation and EduLoan Docs?

The US Department of Education has published the requirements to lower monthly payments for student loans in good standing.  The eligibility is based on the following factors: the yearly adjusted gross income, the family size, and the student loan debt amount.  Simply add this information into EduLoan Docs repayment calculator and you can determine the loan plan which you may qualify for and/or is best for your current situation.

Which program benefits you most?

Did you know what you may qualify for several repayment options via US Department of Education.  Determined by your financial eligibility, you can select which program best suites your needs.  EduLoan Docs will be with you every step of the process. EduLoan Docs counselors can explain the options in more detail, concerning the pros and cons.  When you chose your option, EduLoan Docs guarantees all applicable steps followed in the order which will get your repayment plan approved and started.

The process for application?

When you hire EduLoan Docs, we complete your application from beginning to end.  Your documents will be organized and sent to you for your authorization and signature. Next, you will be responsible to submit the documents to your lender. Your lender usually takes 45-90 days to complete consolidation process. Note that programs are available through US Department of Education.

Is there a guarantee?

EduLoan Docs reviews applications carefully.  We guarantee you will qualify for a loan consolidation plan we suggest, or you receive all your money back*.  It is always better to be honest on your current financial situation. This does affect your eligibility for aide. EduLoan Docs staff is professional and considerate when it comes to all financial situations.

Call us today for details on our no-hassle process!


*EduLoan Docs offers a full money back guarantee should your application be declined by the US Department of Education for the program we suggest.

**EduLoan Docs is in no way affiliated with any US Federal or state government entity or agency.