Welcome to GreenPath Student Services!

Are you worried about student loan debt?  GreenPath can help you make smart borrowing decisions and plan ahead to prepare a repayment strategy.  You may also want to check out our Student Resources page, which contains helpful tools and information.  Are you worried about credit card debt?  We can help you get on track to pay down your balances and use credit wisely.  Not worried about your finances?  Check out GreenPath University, our online home for financial education, to learn about topics such as credit scores, budgeting, money management and identity theft.  Or check out our student videos.

If you're having trouble paying your student loans, free student loan counseling can help you evaluate your options so you can make an informed decision.  If you're struggling with credit card debt, a free credit counseling session will provide you with a customized budget and action plan for moving forward.  You may even qualify for a debt management program that could help you get out of debt more quickly while saving thousands of dollars in interest.  We can also help if you're concerned about buying a house or making your mortgage payment.

We can help colleges lower their student loan default rates and prepare their students for future financial success.  We work with colleges in a wide variety of ways.  Email us if you work for a school and are interested in partnering with GreenPath.  We would like to hear from you! 


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GreenPath is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that has been helping people with money management since 1961. Last year we assisted about 300,000 people with their debts.

GreenPath University

GreenPath University

GreenPath University is your go-to resource for online financial information and tools.

NSLDS Student Access

Click here to visit the National Student Loan Data System, the federal government's website where you can find out the status of your student loans.



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