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April 1 @ 12pm – Webinar: Public Service Loan Forgiveness In 2022
Nationally recognized student loan expert Heather Jarvis will talk to state employees about
the federal government’s temporary changes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)
that allow more borrowers to get their loans forgiven!
Learn more about whether you’re eligible and what you need to do!
April 8 @ 12pm – Virtual Q&A Session on Student Loan Forgiveness
[Click here to watch the recording.]
Bring your toughest questions because the expert is in the house!
If you need help figuring out your next steps, understanding your eligibility, or verifying your employment-
or if you’re unsure or confused about anything else related to PSLF-
come to this session and ask Heather Jarvis your questions!
For more information on this event, contact Treasury_StudentLoans@delaware.gov
FOR A LIMITED TIME, the federal Department of Education has loosened the rules through a “Limited Waiver,” and many borrowers have an opportunity to count their prior service and payments toward loan forgiveness.
HOWEVER, this does not necessarily happen automatically – you may need to TAKE ACTION SOON if you want to get credit for your service and move closer to erasing your student loans! This webinar will teach you what steps you need to take.
Even if you think you are already eligible for PSLF, we recommend joining our webinar just to be sure. It could save you thousands of dollars and help you get your loans forgiven much more quickly! For more information, visit https://studentaid.gov/announcements-events/pslf-limited-waiver.
About Heather Jarvis
Heather Jarvis is widely known for her depth of knowledge and accessible teaching style. She has provided student loan education and consultation for universities, associations, and professional advisors since 2005. Heather graduated cum laude from Duke University School of Law in 1998 and dedicates her professional efforts advocating on behalf of high-debt student loan borrowers. Heather contributes to student debt relief policy for the House Education Committee and others in Congress and recently completed service on the American Bar Association Task Force on Financing Legal Education.