Why We Are Here:
The PSLF Resource Center advocates for public servants who have borrowed student loans and intend on participating in the public service loan forgiveness program after ten years of public service. Our goal is to help public servants navigate the Department of Education’s complicated pathway through the PSLF program and achieve loan forgiveness.
With over 1.3 million student borrowers (and growing) intending to achieve loan forgiveness after ten years of service to our country, our work has never been more important. Whether you’re a firefighter, teacher, nonprofit worker, or a government employee, the PSLF Resource Center won’t stop until the PSLF process is clear and simple for you; our public servants deserve it.
How do I qualify?
Work full-time for a government agency, certain nonprofit organizations, or other type of public service job.
Having Direct Loans (either individual loans or a Direct Consolidation Loan).
Repaying your loans through an income-driven repayment (IDR) plan and making 120 qualifying payments
Call your student loan provider if you think you qualify.
The PSLF Resource Center is in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) nonprofit status and intends to advocate on behalf of student borrowers who intend to utilize the public service loan forgiveness program, provide tools to navigate the program, and educate student loan borrowers about the program’s policies.