COVID-19 Student Loan Support Center
Last updated: Thursday, August 13
Benefits under the CARES Act are due to end on September 30. We are aware of the Executive Order recently signed by the President to extend the COVID-19 payment relief and 0% interest rate on certain loans owned by the U.S. Department of Education.
We are working directly with the Department of Education to obtain more information about this extension and will post updates on this page as they become available. You can also visit Federal Student Aid’s coronavirus (COVID-19) web page at for the latest information.
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体育博彩Federal Student Aid’s coronavirus (COVID-19) information page is located at . The page includes information for students, borrowers, and parents about the 0% interest rate and administrative forbearance provided by the CARES Act. These relief measures are available to student loan borrowers with federal student loans owned by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) due to the COVID-19 emergency. Please visit the page regularly for updates.