Student Loan Repayment to Start After August 31, 2022.
Visit StudentAid.gov/coronavirus for updates and information on how to prepare for payments to resume or learn more about the 0% interest rate and temporary suspension of payments including how to request a refund for payments made during the COVID-19 forbearance.
Several systems will be down for maintenance on Sunday, August 14 from 5:00 to 10:00 AM (ET).
During this time, you may not be able to access your account online or through the mobile application, make payments, or perform other online activities. If you have a due date that falls during this outage, and you need to make a payment, we suggest making it a few days early to prevent any issues.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience.
We are your student loan servicer and we have one goal: to help you successfully repay your
News and Announcements
COVID-19 Student Loan Relief
Federal student loan flexibilities for the COVID-19 emergency have been extended through August 31, 2022. Visit StudentAid.gov/coronavirus for updates and information on how to prepare for payments to resume or learn more about the 0% interest rate and temporary suspension of payments, including how to request a refund for payments made during the COVID-19 forbearance.
PSLF Processing & Limited PSLF Waiver Update
Due to high interest in the limited PSLF waiver, we have received a significant volume of forms and are processing them in the order received. It may take a few months for forms to be processed and qualifying payment counts to be updated. You will be notified when forms process and when account updates occur. For more details, visit StudentAid.gov/pslfwaiver or get answers to common questions.
PSLF Transfer to MOHELA
FSA will begin transitioning the PSLF program, borrowers, and their loans in stages from FedLoan Servicing to MOHELA in early July 2022 into September 2022. Visit StudentAid.gov for more information or learn more about how this loan transfer may impact you.
Income-Driven Repayment (IDR) Account Adjustment
If you are seeking loan discharge, you may be able to benefit from a one-time adjustment to your account. Visit StudentAid.gov for more information.
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