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Due Date Change

You can request a payment due date change through eServices. You will need to meet the following conditions in order to be eligible for the due date change:

  • You have made the first payment on your loan.
  • You must have a fixed rate loan.
  • Your requested due date is not more than 15 days from your current payment due date.
  • This is your first payment due date change. (Only one payment due date change is allowed during the term of the loan.)
  • Your account is current or no more than 10 days past due.

To request a due date change:

  1. Select Due Date Change Request from the Account Management menu.
  2. Review the conditions to see if you are eligible.
  3. If eligible, select Continue to proceed with your request.
  4. Select your desired new payment date and Submit.

You will receive a confirmation that your due date change request has been received. Please note it may take up to 24 hours to complete the online processing.


What you should know:

  • Your payment amount will remain the same.
  • Changing the payment due date may cause additional days to pass between the current due date and the new due date. Additional interest may accrue, and more of the first payment made on the new date will be applied to interest (and less applied to principal). As a result, you may pay more interest over the life of the loan.
    • For example, if the due date is changed from the 10th to the 20th of each month, and payments are made on the due date, the first payment made on the 20th will cover an additional 10 days of interest. (Example: July 10 to August 10 is 31 days and July 10 to August 20 is 41 days). As a result, a smaller portion of the first payment made on the 20th will be applied to reduce the principal balance.
  • Your maturity date will be adjusted as a result of the payment due date change.
  • All other terms of your contract/loan agreement, and if applicable, the Automatic Loan Payment Authorization Agreement, remain the same.

You can request a payment due date change through eServices. You will need to meet the following conditions in order to be eligible for the due date change:

  • You have made the first payment on your loan.
  • You must have a fixed rate loan.
  • Your requested due date is not more than 15 days from your current payment due date.
  • This is your first payment due date change. (Only one payment due date change is allowed during the term of the loan.)
  • Your account is current or no more than 10 days past due.

To request a due date change:

  1. Select Due Date Change Request from the Account Management menu.
  2. Review the conditions to see if you are eligible.
  3. If eligible, select Continue to proceed with your request.
  4. Select your desired new payment date and Submit.

You will receive a confirmation that your due date change request has been received. Please note it may take up to 24 hours to complete the online processing.


What you should know:

  • Your payment amount will remain the same.
  • Changing the payment due date may cause additional days to pass between the current due date and the new due date. Additional interest may accrue, and more of the first payment made on the new date will be applied to interest (and less applied to principal). As a result, you may pay more interest over the life of the loan.
    • For example, if the due date is changed from the 10th to the 20th of each month, and payments are made on the due date, the first payment made on the 20th will cover an additional 10 days of interest. (Example: July 10 to August 10 is 31 days and July 10 to August 20 is 41 days). As a result, a smaller portion of the first payment made on the 20th will be applied to reduce the principal balance.
  • Your maturity date will be adjusted as a result of the payment due date change.
  • All other terms of your contract/loan agreement, and if applicable, the Automatic Loan Payment Authorization Agreement, remain the same.
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