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Welcome to the official NSDA Website. Get the fresh start you need with professional help to lower or forgive your student loans and start living again.


Call (800) 410-6488 Now to Find out If You Can:

  • Qualify for the Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Plan
  • Avoid or get out of default
  • Prevent or stop tax and wage garnishments
  • Delay all payments for up to 3 years
  • Refinance or consolidate debts into affordable payments

Can my federal student loans be forgiven, discharged or canceled?


You have to repay your federal student loans even if you do not finish school and graduate, if you can not find a job related to your major, or are unhappy with the institution and/or the education you received. However, certain circumstances might lead to your loans being forgiven, such as loan forgiveness or cancellation for teachers and loan forgiveness for public service jobs.

There are also certain types of cancellations available to teachers, military personnel, child care providers, nurses, or students affected by the closure of a school and depending on the type of loan you have. There are numerous other reasons that borrowers can get student loan forgiveness, call us now to find out if you quality.
 

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National Student Debt Association (NSDA) educates the general public and refers your contact information, at no cost to you, to service providers in our network. NSDA is not a non-profit organization and not affiliated with any government program, the Department of Education, Sallie Mae, or any other loan servicing agency. By applying with NSDA does not guarantee any outcome and results vary. The information and statements contained on this Website are intended as general educational information and expressly not intended and regarded as legal or financial advice. You can consolidate your own student loans at no charge at Federal Student Aid. © 2017 National Student Debt Association