During Teacher Appreciation Week (May 4-8, 2020), we want to recognize our nation’s educators—the teachers who consistently go above and beyond for their students.
With the abrupt end to the physical 2020 school year, we thank those who have had to transform their entire syllabus into a virtual classroom. And thank you to the teachers who have been accommodating and advocating for students who don’t have access to the internet at home. We appreciate you!
Teachers play such a pivotal role in the lives of their students. And for that, we want to really show our love and appreciation.
Teacher Student Loan Forgiveness
If you or a teacher you know took on student loan debt to obtain a teaching degree, you may qualify to have your loans forgiven! As the leading student loan experts, we are dedicated to getting teachers on the path toward forgiveness.
There are a couple of federal student loan forgiveness programs available—Public Service Loan Forgiveness and Teacher Loan Forgiveness. Unfortunately, only 1% of those who apply to these programs are accepted. This is because so much can go wrong during the repayment process, but don’t worry! As student loan experts and borrowers ourselves, our goal at Chipper is to make sure teachers are accepted and granted the loan forgiveness they deserve.
Teachers should definitely take advantage of at least one of these forgiveness programs (or both), but the key is choosing ahead of time which program is right for you. Below we have included our student loan forgiveness program quiz. This quiz will help you determine which forgiveness program you’re eligible for.
Committed To Financial Freedom
Chipper’s mission is to make financial freedom from student loan debt more accessible and attainable to all borrowers, especially teachers. We have over 10 years of experience as the leading student loan management company in the nation, with over 25,000 borrowers trusting us with their student loans. Whatever your financial goals may be, we can help you get there faster without the burden of student loan debt.