On Aug. 24, 2022, the Biden-Harris Administration announced a Student Debt Relief Plan that includes a one-time student loan debt relief. Muhlenberg is committed to assisting our alumni and current students to navigate this newly announced program. At this time, details of the program are fluid. We will continue to monitor and update this webpage as new information becomes available. Please make sure that you revisit this page frequently for updated information. You can also visit the Federal Student Aid webpage for additional information.
At this time the application for the Federal Student Loan Debt Relief has been suspended. Courts have issued orders blocking the student debt relief program; however, they are seeking to overturn these orders. If you've already applied, your application will be held.
We want to make sure that we protect our students and alumni from fraudulent claims. You may be contacted by an agency offering to assist with loan cancellation/forgiveness for a fee. You never have to pay for help with your federal student aid. Please make sure you only work with The U.S. Department of Education (ED) and their trusted partners, and never reveal your personal information or account password to anyone. If an email is sent to a borrower from ED it will come from email@example.com. Learn how to avoid scams and what you can do if you're contacted by a scammer.
Updated Nov. 14, 2022