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The Department of Education (ED) recently participated in a roundtable discussion with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy to highlight the ways in which the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program can be utilized by public servants, with the state committing to streamline the application process for eligible borrowers. The talk took place on May 23 and is a continuation of the department’s efforts to engage with stakeholders on the limited waiver, which gives borrowers credit for prior completed payments that would not otherwise count toward PSLF, that remains in effect through October 31.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

There won’t be a new episode of “Off The Cuff” this week, but we have plenty in store for June, where we will kick things off with a new episode next Friday covering the latest financial aid news from Capitol Hill. In the meantime, catch up on past episodes diving into the conversation over student loan debt cancellation, transcript withholding policies, student data sharing, the latest news on verification and more! Be sure to stay tuned for new episodes next month from our regulatory and policy teams, plus special episodes featuring more higher education experts.

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