Our free student loan helpline will help you feel confident about your financial strategy

 

AccessConnex is the first service of its kind to provide on-demand, one-on-one loan repayment and financial education information to undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Delivering clear, unbiased and accurate financial counseling, AccessConnex will help set you on a sound financial path.

If you’re a student with questions about applying for law school financial aid, federal loans, loan repayment strategies and more, contact us. Our team of Accredited Financial Counselors (AFC®) will tailor the counseling session to your personal financial situation.

No personal information (SSN, DOB, etc.) will ever be requested or required, however we recommend that you have a copy of your federal student loan summary and your recent credit report to refer to during your conversation.

Our team of counselors are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET

Call, email or chat today.  We’re here to help get you there.

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AccessConnex Student Testimonial

Read what others have to say about their experience with AccessConnex:

 

"This was my first counseling call with AccessConnex and I could not be more pleased or grateful. My counselor provided me with detailed and clear answers and information, all of which was tailored to my specific circumstances. She was a pleasure to speak to and I would definitely recommend this service to others. Thank you!"

Harvard University Law Student

 

"I really appreciate this service. Thank you to the AccessConnex counselor for answering my questions and to AccessLex Institute for providing this free service. It's a huge help!"

University of Pittsburgh School of Law Student

 

"My AccessConnex counselor was amazing! Very complete explanations of my options and she understood my special economic situation. I was overwhelmed by my finances and she gave me the answers I needed. I am feeling much better now. Thank you so much!"

Suffolk University Law School Student