:: Publications & Forms ::
Classroom sets of our publications may be available upon request, depending on inventory level. Call (405) 234-4300 or email WeCanHelp@ocap.org to discuss your needs.
|Consequences of Delinquency and Default Flyer PDF — explains the consequences of delinquency and default|
|Interest Capitalization Poster PDF — encourages students to make interest payments on student loans while still in school and illustrates the resulting savings over the lifetime of a loan|
|Loan Consolidation: Is it right for you? PDF — helps borrowers decide if loan consolidation is right for them|
|NSLDS Poster PDF — displays helpful information so students can locate their loan information using NSLDS|
|"Student Loan Terminology" Electronic Flyer PDF —defines 20 basic student loan terms used by the U.S. Department of Education. Also available in black and white.|
|Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program Poster PDF — encourages borrowers experiencing difficulty making payments to contact their lender, servicer or OCAP for help identifying their deferment and forbearance options. More information about the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program can be found here.|
|Undergraduate Unsubsidized Loan Limit Chart PDF — assists in determining the additional unsubsidized Stafford loan limits effective for loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2008 due to ECASLA|
|When is My First Payment Due? flyer PDF — helps borrowers determine when their first payment might occur|
Partner Forms & Resources
|• Borrower Rights and Responsibilities Checklist PDF|
|• Delinquent Borrower Script PDF|
|• End of Grace Period Letter PDF|
|• Frequently Asked Questions for Consumer Advocates and Counselors PDF|
|• Sample Graduation Email PDF|
|• Sample Graduation Letter PDF|
|• Sample Withdrawal Email PDF|
|• Supplemental Data Sheet PDF|
|• Teacher Loan Forgiveness Lender/Servicer Request PDF|
:: Publication Highlight ::
Your borrowers have many decisions to make concerning student loans throughout their higher education journey. Whether they're deciding if they need to borrow student loans, how much to borrow or which repayment plan to choose, it's important they're equipped with timely information every step of the way.
Understanding basic student loan terminology is invaluable to your borrowers. With that in mind, we've created an electronic flyer defining 20 basic student loan terms used by the U.S. Department of Education. Consider including this flyer in your electronic award letters and sharing it with your student borrowers during entrance counseling.
Click here to download the Student Loan Terminology electronic flyer to use in emails or to print. We also have a black and white version available.
Borrow Smart From the Start Brochure
Recently launched, our smart borrowing brochure, "Borrow Smart From the Start", is your students' guide to reaching student loan success. Through this publication, your students will learn important steps, including:
- Completing the FAFSA each year they need aid and always go for free money first.
- Securing free money, like grants and scholarships, before they turn to student loans.
- Making a budget while in college that includes their student loan interest payments.
- Communicating with their lender about updates to their information and if they're struggling to make loan payments.
Whether your students are preparing for college and considering student loans for the first time, in their grace period or currently repaying their loan, this publication provides everything they'll need to borrow smart from the start.