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Days before the student loan repayment pause was set to expire, President Joe Biden announced on Aug. 24, 2022 that he is canceling $10,000 in student loan debt for millions of borrowers and extending the pause on payments and interest accrual for federally-held student loans until Dec. 31, 2022. NASFAA has compiled the following resources for members and will continue to update this page as more guidance becomes available.
The Biden administration's "Fresh Start" initiative aims to provide a pathway for delinquent and defaulted borrowers to reenter repayment in good standing. NASFAA has compiled the following resources for members and will continue to update this page as more guidance becomes available.
The global pandemic has threw the financial aid community — along with the rest of the nation — into uncharted waters. This web center was created to keep NASFAA members and the financial aid community updated on pertinent news related to changing guidance from the federal government and the pandemic's impact on institutions.
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