The John Marshall Law School subscribes to the National Student Clearinghouse. Most deferment issues are handled directly through our submission. No interaction between you, the borrower, and your loan holder is likely needed.
If you receive a letter from your loan company, please contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com.
The Registrar's Office will certify your enrollment if you request it for insurance, work, or other reasons. You may submit your own form in person, via fax, or by mail. If you need a letter written, you need to fill out a Request for a Letter of Good Standing. Email is not yet considered equilvalent to a signature for the release of academic information.
If one of your educational loans becomes due for repayment, you may be granted a deferment as long as you can show that you are enrolled in a certain number of units in courses that lead to a degree. You should have a form from your lender/servicer indicating the level of enrollment required for your deferment. After completing your portion of the form, submit it to Academic Services for completion. The Registrar's Office certifies enrollment on a semester-by-semester basis.
Please contactthe Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.