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To explore your options, contact your loan servicer directly.
If you don’t know who your private student loan servicer is, look at a recent billing statement.
But depending on your situation and what kind of loans you have, you might be eligible for a different repayment plan or to get your loans forgiven.
And ,when it comes to qualifying for these programs, there’s nothing a private company can do for you that you can’t do yourself for free.
Education Finance Council (EFC) is the national trade association representing nonprofit and state-based higher education finance organizations.