Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Are you a current borrower who is considering a career in Public Service or an alumni currently working in Public Service?

If so, you may qualify for forgiveness of any remaining balance on your eligible federal student loans thanks to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.

This program was created by Congress to encourage individuals to enter and continue to work full-time in public service jobs. Under the PSLF program, borrowers may qualify for forgiveness of the remaining balance due on their eligible federal student loans after they have made 120 payments on those loans under certain qualifying repayment plans while employed full-time by certain public service employers.

Interested? Review the requirements of the PSLF program at MyFedLoan.org/PSLF today to learn more! For more information see Federal Student Aid’s PSLF website.

FedLoan Servicing will be servicing the loans of PSLF eligible borrowers.

Did you know that NUNM is a qualified public service employer? If you are employed at NUNM and interested in hearing more about the PSLF program, see contact information below for more details.

PSLF Program Contact

Laurie Radford, Director of Financial Aid
NUNM, 049 SW Porter, Portland OR  97201 503.552.1617

PSLF Employer Certification Contact

Fox McGregor, HR Assistant – fmcgregor@nunm.edu

Employment Certification Forms

Employment certification forms should be completed and certified annually by your employer.

Loan Forgiveness and Discharge Programs

Program

Who it’s for

What it does

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (for Direct Loans only) You may qualify if you:Work full-time in a public service position (and meet other eligibility requirements). Forgives part of your educational loan debt, provided you fulfill certain work-related requirements