MOHELA Customer Service Numbers

  1. Inquires: 1 636.532.0600

  2. Alternative: 636-733-3700

  3. Additional: oll Free 888.866.43

  4. Head Office Location: 633 Spirit Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63005-1243, United States
  5. Driving Direction: Follow the directions to locate MOHELA
  6. Send Message at: hr@mohela.com.
  7. Locations Near You: Find nearby locations of MOHELA

Customer Service Paths for Additional Help


How To Contact MOHELA Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to MOHELA for any issue through the contact us page of www.mohela.com/.
Have questions about your loans or need help making your payments, we’re here to help. Call us at 888.866.4352 from the U.S. or at 636.532.0600 from International locations. MOHELA is associated with Contact Us, Contact, Phone Number, Phone, Help.

How/Where To Pay Bill For MOHELA
Bill Payment: You can pay your bill to MOHELA with the facility provided.

To Create Account on MOHELA
Sign Up/Register Account: If you are not a registered user, you can create an account.

Login To Your Account
Login/Sign in: You can directly login to your account from here

MOHELA App For Android Users
Andriod App Support: If you have an android or other smartphone, you can get the app.

MOHELA iPhone App Support
Download iOS App: You should download iOS App for your iPhone to get support.

To Get Answer of Common Question
Problem Solution: MOHELA has provided answer to all possible quires on their web portal that covers common issues & problems, instructions, guidance, etc.

What is MOHELA in the Process of?

MOHELA is originally known with the name of the Higher Education Loan Authority of the State of Missouri and is one of the largest Student Loans offering authority in the United States. The authority's Aim is to provide education loans to the students who are unable to pay for their higher studies and are good at their studies. The loans are payed by the students after they got their first job and are able to pay it. The MOHELA agency was developed in the year 1981, after legislation signed by Governor Christopher S. Kit Bond into law.