Loan Discharge

If your loan is discharged…

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Overview of loan discharge conditions

You may qualify for loan discharge under certain, specific conditions:

Loan discharge Conditions
School Closure Your school closed and you couldn't complete your program.
False Certification of Ability to Benefit Your school certified your loan even though you didn't have the ability to benefit from the coursework.
False Certification (Disqualifying Status) Your school certified your loan even though you had a physical or mental condition, or legal status or condition that would legally bar employment in your field of study.
Unauthorized Signature/Payment Your school signed your name—without your authorization—on a loan application, promissory note, loan check, electronic funds transfer application, or master check.
Unpaid Refund You didn't receive a tuition refund from your school.
False Certification as a Result of Identity Theft Your loan was falsely taken out in your name.
Spouses and Parents of 9/11/01 Victims Your spouse or child was an eligible public servant or victim of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Download Forms

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English Forms

Form Name 

Form Type

Form Options

School Closure All Loan Types (PDF)
False Certification of Ability to Benefit All Loan Types (PDF)
False Certification (Disqualifying Status) All Loan Types (PDF)
Unauthorized Signature/Unauthorized Payment All Loan Types (PDF)
Unpaid Refund All Loan Types (PDF)
Spouses and Parents of 9/11/01 Victims All Loan Types (PDF)

Return completed applications to:

FedLoan Servicing
P.O. Box 69184
Harrisburg, PA 17106-9184

Fax: (717) 720-1638

If you have questions about the loan discharge process, please email LoanDischarge@MyFedLoan.org.

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