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Exit Interview Information

What is an Exit Interview?
An Exit Interview consists of paperwork required by Federal Regulations in cases where borrowers have fallen below half-time, withdrawn for a semester (other than summer semester), been placed on academic suspension, transferred to another school, or received a degree (graduated). All borrowers who have received a Federal Perkins Loan, a Health Professions Loan, or an Institutional Loan are required to complete this process, regardless of future plans.
*Holds on transcripts and registration are placed on a borrowers account until the paperwork is complete. Graduates with incomplete exit paperwork will also have holds placed on their cap, gown and diploma prior to graduation. NO EXCEPTIONS!

The information provided to the borrower is important in assisting the borrower in understanding the terms and conditions of the loan(s) they received.

You may now go on-line to and complete your exit information on-line. You must have your FASFAA pin number to electronically sign the e-exit. Or you may print off the information and send it to Auburn University, Student Loan Department.

For Graduate Borrowers
Every borrower of a Federal Perkins Loan, Health Professions Loan, and/or Institutional Loan is REQUIRED to complete exit interview on-line. Failure to complete an exit interview prior to graduation will result in holds being placed on your cap, gown, diploma, and transcripts.

Emails are sent from Campus Partners to graduating borrowers 45 days prior to graduations with instructions on how to complete the e-exits.

For Borrowers Who Are Not Currently Enrolled at Auburn University or Are Enrolled for Less Than Half-Time at Auburn University
An Exit Interview is required by borrowers of Federal Perkins Loans, Health Professions Loans and/or Institutional Loans who fall below half-time, withdraw for a semester (other than Summer Semester), or have been placed on Academic Suspension. It is the borrower's responsibility to inform Auburn University, Student Loan Department that you have left Auburn so that Auburn can let Campus Partners know in order for you to do the exit on-line. The exit must be completed even if you are planning on returning to school or have enrolled at another school. It is based on the last semester you were in attendance at Auburn University as a student of at least half-time status, not on your future plans. Transcript and Registration holds are placed on accounts until the e-exit is completed. Questions regarding this process should be directed to Terry Evans at or 334-844-3765.

Please Note: You must complete the Exit Interview Requirements even if:

  • You plan on returning to school
  • You are not enrolled due to Academic Suspension
  • You are less than half-time
  • You are enrolled at another school


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