For borrowers who have been adversely affected by the recent tornadoes, assistance is available in the form of an administrative forbearance, postponing student loan payments for up to three months. Borrowers must contact their lender or loan servicer to request an administrative forbearance.
Borrowers who have federally owned loans (Direct Loans or FFEL Purchased Loans) must contact their federal loan servicer directly. Federal loan servicer contact information is available at StudentAid.ed.gov or 1.800.433.3243.
Borrowers can find a comprehensive list of their student loan servicers and contact information at NSLDS.ed.gov.
Federal student aid information from the U.S. Department of Education for students, borrowers and schools impacted by a natural disaster is available at http://ifap.ed.gov/ifap/disaster.jsp.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the Oklahoma College Assistance Program at 1.800.358.5460 or WeCanHelp.org.
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Ready Set Repay works with student loan borrowers and Oklahoma higher education institutions to help students make smart borrowing decisions and successfully repay their student loans.
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