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For Financial Aid Officers and Administrators

Full-service education financing

Wells Fargo provides exceptional service from loan origination through full loan repayment. With this customer-driven focus — and with more than 40 years of experience in education financing — we've become one of the nation's leading student lenders. 

Online loan access 

Get information on your students’ private loan applications, certify and schedule disbursements, and receive electronic reports with Wells Fargo Educational Online Access.

Student loan services for administrators

Private loans: 

Options for borrowers:

  • Toll-free borrower assistance line (1-800-658-3567) and fax services (1-800-456-0561).
  • Tenured loan specialists with experience on the ins and outs of education financing.
  • High school outreach as well as education and awareness programs, including the CollegeSTEPS® program and the Hands on Banking® program.
  • Conversations about college financing through the Student LoanDown blog or the Wells Fargo Community.
  • Interactive planning tools and calculators to help you determine how you may need to borrow and estimate your payments.

Resources for administrators:

  • Free loan counseling materials: order by calling 1-877-699-5444 or contact your local Wells Fargo account executive.
  • Hands-on assistance in establishing electronic services such as education loan management resources and electronic funds transfer.
  • Conversations about college financing through the Student LoanDown℠ blog or the Wells Fargo Community.
  • CollegeSTEPS® magazine, our biannual electronic newsletter for high school counselors.

School Client Services

Headquarters address:
Wells Fargo Education Financial Services
P.O. Box 5185
Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5185 

More contact options

Lender codes:
Wells Fargo's lender code is 807176.

Note: Wells Fargo and other private lenders no longer provide federal student loans.