General Information

Depending on the type of loans you have taken out, you may qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness.  Click on the link below to see if you meet the PSLF qualifications: 

If you qualify for PSLF, please use the instructions below to submit your employment certification form:

  1. Print out the most up-to-date version of the PSLF form:
  2. Fill out and physically sign Page 1.  Submissions with electronic signatures will be rejected by FedLoan Servicing.
  3. Submit your completed first page to the GME Office in one of two ways:
    1. Scan and email to
    2. Drop off at the front desk in the GME Office

The GME Office will then fill out Page 2, the employer portion, and will fax/mail it out to FedLoan on your behalf.  You will also be emailed a copy of the completed form for your records.  You may also request the form be sent directly to you (and not FedLoan).

Frequently Asked Questions

The Impact of COVID-19 on Federal Student Loans

This is important information for current students, graduates, and those in post-residency positions with federal student loans. Please watch the video below.


If you are a student loan borrower, who was previously in repayment, you can prepare for repayment to start by doing the following

  • Update your contact info with your loan servicer and at
  • Review your auto-debit enrollment or sign up for auto-debit for the first time. If you use auto-debit, you could get a 0.25% interest rate deduction on their loans.
  • Consider applying for an income-driven repayment (IDR) plan. An IDR plan can make your monthly payment more affordable. Plus, if all your loans are Direct Loans, you can now self-report your income when applying for or recertifying an IDR plan.
  • Review the requirements for loan forgiveness programs, including the recent big changes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). While many changes will be automatic, some borrowers will need to take steps. Learn more about these PSLF changes at

Go to to find the most up-to-date information about student loan payments restarting. You can also read about 6 Ways to Prepare for Student Loan Repayment to Begin Again.