135 Student Aid Origination Record

Functional Group SL

X12F Finance Subcommittee

This X12 Transaction Set contains the format and establishes the data contents of the Student Aid Origination Record Transaction Set (135) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. This transaction set can be used by lending institutions ("lenders"), colleges, universities and trade schools ("schools"), and loan guarantee agencies ("guarantors") to exchange information relating to the certification, approval, and guarantee of specific student aid. This information includes, but is not limited to, student and applicant identification, school enrollment data, borrowing history, and the terms of the loan. This standard supports multi-program transactions to exchange information about a student loan, or grant between schools and fund sources. A fund source could be a guarantor and lender combination, state agency, private lender, scholarship agency, or the US Department of Education.

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Position
Segment
Name
Max use
  1. To indicate the start of a transaction set and to assign a control number

  2. To indicate the beginning of a transaction set

  3. To provide information related to student loan delayed repayment

  4. To specify any or all of a date, a time, or a time period

  5. To provide information related to the disposition of a student loan

  6. LX Loop Optional
    Repeat >1
    1. To reference a line number in a transaction set

      Use the LX loop to identify specific aid information and disbursement details.
    2. Code to transmit standard industry codes

    3. To provide detail concerning a student award

    4. To indicate the total monetary amount

    5. To specify any or all of a date, a time, or a time period

    6. To identify and answer yes and no questions, including the date, time, and comments further qualifying the condition

    7. To specify quantity information

    8. To specify identifying information

  7. ENT Loop Mandatory
    Repeat 6
    1. To designate the entities which are parties to a transaction and specify a reference meaningful to those entities

      Use the ENT loop to identify the applicant, student, school, lender, and guarantor entities.
    2. To transmit information in a free-form format, if necessary, for comment or special instruction

    3. To provide school data relative to the applicant or the student

    4. To provide financial status information about an applicant for a student loan

    5. To indicate the total monetary amount

    6. To specify physical measurements or counts, including dimensions, tolerances, variances, and weights (See Figures Appendix for example of use of C001)

    7. To specify school type and associated information

    8. To specify any or all of a date, a time, or a time period

    9. To specify the authority for authorizing an action and the date authentication is made

    10. To provide information about previously guaranteed student loans

    11. N1 Loop Optional
      Repeat 2
      1. To identify a party by type of organization, name, and code

      2. To specify the location of the named party

      3. To specify the geographic place of the named party

      4. To specify identifying information

      5. To identify a person or office to whom administrative communications should be directed

    12. PLI Loop Optional
      Repeat 10
      1. To provide information about an existing loan

        Use the PLI loop to identify previous loan information.
      2. To identify a party by type of organization, name, and code

      3. To specify the location of the named party

      4. To specify the geographic place of the named party

    13. IN1 Loop Optional
      Repeat 10
      1. To provide identification of an individual or entity

        Use the IN1 loop to identify the applicant, student, spouse, references, and cosigners information.
      2. To sequence individual name components for maximum specificity

      3. To supply demographic information

      4. To supply additional demographic identification

      5. LX Loop Optional
        Repeat 4
        1. To reference a line number in a transaction set

          Use the LX loop to identify the applicant and student state residency information; the applicant, student, spouse, references, and cosigners address information; and the applicant, references, and cosigners employer information.
        2. To identify a party by type of organization, name, and code

        3. To specify the location of the named party

        4. To specify the geographic place of the named party

        5. To specify any or all of a date, a time, or a time period

        6. To identify a person or office to whom administrative communications should be directed

    14. LM Loop Optional
      Repeat 1
      1. To transmit standard code list identification information

        Use the LM loop to identify the guarantor exception codes.
      2. Code to transmit standard industry codes

  8. To indicate the end of the transaction set and provide the count of the transmitted segments (including the beginning (ST) and ending (SE) segments)

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