Last month Federal Student Aid updated the record layout for the NSLDS School Portfolio Report to include data elements for Statutory Interest Rates and Actual Interest Rates.
The School Portfolio Report (SCHPR1) provides school users with information about all William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) and/or Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program loans for the school code associated with the users ID. It includes loans that are serviced by all servicers, including each of the federal loan servicers, and provides identifying information about the servicer for each loan. The report output includes both consolidation loans and their underlying loans. Additionally, the report contains other useful loan information such as loan amount, current outstanding principal balance, current outstanding interest balance, delinquency date, discharge and rehabilitation/repurchased and repayment plan information.
The School Portfolio Report (SCHPR1) can be requested ad hoc through the list of school reports on the Report tab of the NSLDS Professional Access Web site or as a scheduled report from the School Profile section on the Org tab of the NSLDS Professional Access Web site. The report is delivered via the Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG). It is available in both fixed with and comma separated value formats and the updated extract file layouts for schools can be found here:
Additionally, the NSLDS School Portfolio Report Import Tool has been updated with these data elements. The School Portfolio Report Import Tool can be used to easily load data generated from the comma separated values (CSV) extract version of the School Portfolio Report into the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet application, and is designed to assist schools with reviewing and analyzing their School Portfolio Report extract files.
To download the School Portfolio Report Import Tool, go to the Default Prevention Resource Information page. The School Portfolio Report Import Tool can be found in the Default Prevention Resources Reducing Default Risk box in the middle of the page. Instructions for using the tool are provided on the first tab of the workbook. http://bit.ly/2pypyZl