Loan Office: Federal Perkins and Institutional Loans
PERKINS & INSTITUTIONAL LOANS
All Perkins & Institutional Loan borrowers please note
: once you have accepted your loan, LMU will send the information to ECSI - our loan servicer. ECSI will send you an email notification (email@example.com) to your LMU Lion email account as soon as your promissory note and supporting disclosures are available to complete. Please allow 72 hours from the time you accept your loan to receive this notification. If you have not received an email within 72 hours, please contact ECSI directly at (888)549-3274. Please be sure to check your spam or junk folders before calling.
Perkins Loan Information
Once you have committed to attend LMU and have accepted your loan offer online, you must complete the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling. For detailed information, please click on Terms of Loan.
Institutional Loan Information
For further detailed information on a specific institutional loan, select the appropriate link below and click on the Terms of Loan heading highlighted in blue:
Last Name: A-L (310) 338-1942
Last Name: M-Z (310) 258-5449
MANAGE YOUR ACCOUNT
Loyola Marymount University utilizes ECSI (Educational Computer Services, Inc.) to manage the repayment of all its Perkins Loans and Institutional Loans. ECSI is the single point of contact for all billing, payment, deferment, and cancellation activity.
Borrowers may view their Campus Based Student Loan account(s), download forms, update their addresses, and make online payments by logging into the ECSI website at www.ecsi.net.
Borrowers must mail all payments, correspondence, forbearance, deferment and cancellation applications directly to:
181 Montour Run Rd.
Coraopolis, PA 15108
Borrowers may also contact ECSI by phone at (888) 549-3274 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Borrowers must contact the Direct Loan Servicing Center at www.direct.ed.gov for all Federal Direct Student Loan repayment information. In addition, borrowers can view all of their federal loans through the National Student Loan Data System website, www.nslds.ed.gov.
Borrowers must contact their lender directly for all FFELP student loan repayment information.
For Financial Aid information, please visit the Financial Aid Office Website.
FEDERAL PERKINS & INSTITUTIONAL LOAN EXIT INTERVIEWS
Student loan recipients are required to complete exit interviews. The exit interview provides students with detailed information about the terms of their loans, their rights and responsibilities as borrowers, and how to effectively manage their finances. Failure to complete the required interview results in a hold being placed on the student's records. This hold prevents future registration and the release of transcripts and diploma. It remains in effect until the student completes the required interview.
Why is my school requiring me to complete an exit interview?
Your school is required by the federal government and university policy to conduct this exit interview whenever you are no longer enrolled as at least a half time student. Some reasons that you may drop below half time are:
- You are graduating from school.
- Your school's Registrar's office shows you as enrolled less than half time.
- You are withdrawing from school.
- You are transferring to another school.
- You are taking a leave of absense from school.
- You are attending a semester abroad
By completing the exit interview, does this mean that I cannot go back to school?
By completing the exit interview, it does not mean that you cannot go back to school again in the future, transfer to a different school, or continue to receive financial aid.
Where do I sign my Exit Interview online?
Login to My Account using your account number and ECSI pin number. Click on the "Exit Interview" link. From the list of Pending Exit Interviews, select the appropriate exit to complete and follow the instructions provided. If your Exit Interview does not appear, please check back in 24 hours. If after 24 hours, the Exit Interview still does not appear, please contact ECSI.