Public Service Loan Forgiveness


There are changes to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. It's your chance to restart and get control of your student loans.

Take advantage of this opportunity with Fidelity's tools and resources—including a solution for simplifying your loan repayment and helping you save more.

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Don’t wait

Changes to PSLF are making it easier for borrowers to qualify for the program—even if previously denied. The deadline to take advantage of the relaxed requirements is October 31, 2022.

We can help you do it.

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Together, Summer and Fidelity can help you tackle your student debt with an automated digital PSLF solution. What can our tools do for you?

  • Check your eligibility in minutes
  • Navigate the requirements
  • Compare your options
  • Sign and submit—all online

We can get it done through our secure, simple experience, powered by the experts at Summer.

See what PSLF can mean for you.

Checklist if you prefer to do it yourself.

Confirm that you qualify.

Check with your employer or view the official PSLF FAQs, opens in new window. You need a Federal or Direct Consolidated Loan to qualify for PSLF.

Determine a qualifying repayment plan.

The tools can help you choose the right one.

Enroll in a qualifying repayment plan (such as REPAYE).

It’s important to stay current with your payments.

Submit the required certification form.

Remember to get it signed by your employer, then make it a habit to submit it each year.

Say goodbye to your student loan debt.


Download a printable version of this checklist.,opens in new window

Learn more about the changes to the PSLF program.

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