We're here to support you as the Federal student loan payment pause ends.
See below for the latest news from Federal Student Aid and to register for our new webinar Ramping Up to Repayment. You can also schedule time with an Accredited Financial Counselor® and explore our free loan repayment resources. Continue to visit this page for updates.
- Prepare for Student Loan Payments to Restart
- New Income-Driven Repayment Application Launched
- SAVE Repayment Plan Offers Lower Monthly Payments
- One-time Federal Student Loan Debt Relief Blocked
- COVID-19 Emergency Relief and Federal Student Aid
- Five Things to Know About Current Repayment Flexibilities and Your Federal Student Loans
- Six Ways to Prepare for Student Loan Repayment to Begin Again
- A Fresh Start for Federal Student Loan Borrowers in Default
- Payment Count Adjustments Toward Income-Driven Repayment and Public Service Loan Forgiveness Programs
Comparing Income-Driven Repayment Plans
View our infographic that compares the newest income-driven repayment (IDR) plan — Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) — to the existing Revised Pay as You Earn (REPAYE) plan. The SAVE plan is intended to meaningfully lower monthly payments and overall loan balances for most student loan borrowers. The goal of the new SAVE plan is to better assist low-income borrowers and provide more flexibility toward student debt forgiveness.
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