Institutional Loan Online Exit Interview Process
IMPORTANT: This exit interview requirement is only for those students who were disbursed one of the following loan types while attending Cal Poly:
- Collins Loan
- Nissen Loan
- Humphrey Loan
- Van Asperen Loan
- Long Term Lutz Loan
- CFFA Loan
- Camp Loan
- Dugan Loan
- Noyce Scholarship
- Noyce Stipend
Cal Poly requires that any student with these, and any type of federal student loan debt (Stafford Subsidized/Unsubsidized, and/or Perkins loans) complete an exit interview for each of their loan type(s). Failure to do so will result in a records hold.
Please follow the exit interview instructions below to complete the Institutional loan exit requirement successfully:
- Email your Exit Interview Counselor to request your institutional loan Disclosure Statement(s): Exit Interview Counselor (email@example.com). Your request must include your student ID# and your current mailing address/phone number. Because the Disclosure Statement (also referred to as a Truth In Lending Statement) is specific to your loan account, it must be formally requested (use Counselor email link provided above). You should receive your requested Disclosure Statement(s) via email attachment within 1 to 3 business days. Note: because the Disclosure Statement outlines when, where, and how to make your payments, you should keep a copy for your files.
- Download and complete your Exit Interview Packet. Note: Please read and follow all provided instructions.
- Complete, review and submit the following forms together:
- Disclosure Statement
- Statement of Rights & Responsibilities
- Student Loan Worksheet
- Employment & Contact Update form (Noyce only)
- Please use one of the following submission options:
- Incomplete forms: if one or more of the exit interview forms is not completed as instructed the entire packet will be rejected and returned to the student (to the permanent address via U.S. mail). The records hold will be removed only upon successful completion of the exit interview process, or when the loan in question has been paid in full.