E-bills for Spring registration will be issued on January 14, 2015. Payment is due January 21st.
Non-payment of this bill will result in Spring classes being cancelled.
Federal Perkins Loans & Collections
Review the status of your loan information at:
www.mycampusloan.com or call 1-800-458-4492
Campus Partners Address:
PO Box 2901
Winston-Salem, NC 27102
The information on this page is provided to help assist with some of the questions that you may have regarding required procedures for Perkins Loans.
Please feel free to contact our Perkins Collections Specialist
Constance Evans @ 910-962-7419 or Evansc@uncw.edu
- Please be advised that you must conduct an exit interview with the Perkins Collections Specialist upon graduation or withdrawal from the University. This is a mandatory procedure. Contact Constance Evans to schedule your interview. In the event you do not complete this interview, a transcript hold will be placed on your account.
- At nine months after separation from UNCW,your grace period ends and the repayment of your Perkins Loan begins. You will receive three notifications from Campus Partners that the billing process will begin. Should you have problems with repayment, you should contact Campus Partners or Constance Evans as soon as possible. Some circumstances will require the completion of a deferment form. All types of deferment forms can be found at the Web site. www.mycampusloan.com
- If you return to the University after graduation, you must have an in-school deferment in order to stop the repayment process.
- It is extremely important that you notify Campus Partners and UNCW if your phone number and/or address changes.
- The following actions are taken when accounts become delinquent:
At 15 days Campus Partners will send past due notifications, 30 days past due UNCW will send past due notification, 45 days past due Campus Partners will send past due notification, 60 days past due you will receive a final demand letter from Campus Partners, and UNCW will send the account to the North Carolina General Attorney’s Office.
If the outstanding balance is not paid within 60 days, the student will be referred to the NC Attorney General's office. Upon review by the NC Attorney General’s Office, outstanding balances not paid after 60 days are forwarded to a North Carolina State approved collection agency as well as reported to the credit bureau, and entered in the NC Department of Revenue database for garnishment of future tax refund money. Notification is sent to individuals when funds are received from the NC Setoff Debt Collection ACT (SODCA).