You could qualify for student loan cancelation. Don’t Miss Out!

Thousands of Connecticut’s public service workers have already had their loans canceled at an average of $60,000 per borrower. Teachers, nurses, government and non-profit employees, and more.

We're here to help. Apply by October 31, 2022

All federal student loan borrowers who work in public service should immediately determine their eligibility for loan forgiveness by using the 30-minute Help Tool at the US Department of Education's website

What?! I could get my loans forgiven?!

Yes! Congress established the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) with a simple promise: work 10 years for government or nonprofits and all remaining federal student debt will be erased.

 

Under the temporary “PSLF Waiver”, millions of Americans are newly eligible for debt forgiveness.

The deadline to apply for the waiver is October 31, 2022.

I have loans and have worked in public service.

How do I get started?

During the special waiver period, the program is extremely flexible. If you’re ready to give it a try, even if you were rejected in the past, just use the U.S. Department of Education’s PSLF Help Tool.

The PSLF Waiver expires October 31, 2022, so you need to start now!

Want to learn more? Have questions or concerns? We’ve got you covered!

I’m an employer.

How do I help my staff get their loans forgiven?

You can help your team access a massive benefit that will improve their lives, drive racial equity, and support employee retention. And HR does not need to become student loan experts. You are the most trusted messenger to help staff learn that this program is real, that it’s a big deal, and that it’s urgent.

When you partner with the PSLF campaign, we’ll give you sample staff emails, flyers, videos and more that you can share with your team. But you need to act fast!

The PSLF Waiver expires October 31, 2022.

The window to apply closes October 31, 2022!
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