Step 1 of 4: Your info

Step 2 of 4: Student loan info

What is the total amount of your student loan debt?

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$

Type of loan (check all that apply)

What is your total current monthly payment?

$

What is your current repayment plan?

Have you received Teacher Loan Forgiveness in the past?

If married, what is the total amount of your spouse’s federal student loan debt?

$

What is the highest interest rate owed on your loan(s)?

%

Are your loans currently in default?

Step 3 of 4: Your employment

School where you work

Occupation

Are you a classroom teacher?

Do you teach any of these subjects? Select any that apply.

List any school where you taught in the classroom prior to your current position:

Do you plan to be in full-time public service employment for at least the next 10 years?

Step 4 of 4: Household & tax info

Individual annual Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)

$

Household annual Adjusted Gross Income (AGI)

$

How did you file your last tax return?

How many children, including unborn children, are in your family and receive more than half of their support from you?

How many people, excluding your spouse and children, live with you and receive more than half of their support from you?

Do you want to add an auto insurance quote?

We hope to save you money on your student loans, and we’d also like to save you money on your auto insurance with our educator discounted products! Would you like to add an auto quote to your student loan assessment? It will only require that you check the box to your left and agree to the Notice of Information Practices.

Get your file from the National Student Loan Data System so we can better assist you. To get your file:

1. Get your FSA ID from the Federal Student Aid site
2. Go to the National Student Loan Data System website
3. Select the “MyStudentData Download” icon and choose option to download a document with all your loan information

If you have trouble getting your loan information, submit your information and someone will follow up with you to help.