Student loan debt relief is currently blocked. Courts have issued orders blocking the student debt relief program. As a result, at this time, applications are not being accepted. The administration is seeking to overturn those orders.
The Student Loan Debt Relief Application has officially launched. As part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s one-time student loan debt relief plan, you can now apply for relief of up to $20,000.
Filling out the application is easy and takes about five minutes. You don’t need to log in or provide any documents. The application is available in English and Spanish and works on both desktop and mobile.
If you already applied and received a confirmation email, you don’t need to re-apply.
To find more information about eligibility, visit the student loan debt relief page.Apply for relief
Beware of Scams
You might be contacted by a company saying they will help you get loan discharge, forgiveness, cancellation, or debt relief for a fee. You never have to pay for help with your federal student aid. Make sure you work only with the U.S. Department of Education and our loan servicers, and never reveal your personal information or account password to anyone.
Our emails to borrowers come from email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com. You can report scam attempts to the Federal Trade Commission by calling 1-877-382-4357 or by visiting reportfraud.ftc.gov.