Manage My Loans
Manage My Loans gives current College Foundation, Inc. borrowers updated information for managing their loans and tips for helping with repayment.
Student Loan Cancellation
The recently announced Biden-Harris Administration's Student Debt Relief plan includes student loan cancellation based on income. We encourage you to visit StudentAid.gov/debt-relief-announcement/one-time-cancellation for the most up-to-date information, as we do not have any further details at this time. While we await additional guidance from the Department of Education, please check out the FTC’s Consumer Alert warning of scams related to loan cancellation here.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Changes – Act Now!
On October 6, 2021, the U.S. Department of Education announced a set of changes to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. The changes to the program are intended to help PSLF reach a broader audience of qualified borrowers. You may become eligible if you consolidate into the Direct Loan program but the changes are time-limited so don’t delay! For more information, check out this PDF.
NEW! Income-Driven Repayment Program Changes
On April 19, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education announced several changes and updates that will bring borrowers closer to forgiveness under income-driven repayment plans. Please see: https://studentaid.gov/announcements-events/idr-account-adjustment and keep checking back here as this information will be updated as we receive further details from the Department of Education.
Impacted by a natural disaster?
If you live or work in a county declared a disaster area by FEMA or another government agency, call us at 1-800-722-2838 for assistance with your loan repayment during this difficult time.
Are you a borrower affected by COVID-19?
If you have been affected in any way by the coronavirus outbreak, there are options available to help. CFI can help you by granting a capping, discretionary forbearance for up to 3 months upon request. You may qualify for a deferment of payments based on your circumstances such as unemployment or economic hardship. Our call center counselors are trained to help you understand the options available. Call us at 800.722.2838 Mon-Thurs from 8am-7pm or Friday from 8am-5pm with any questions.
Watch out for Student Loan Relief Scams
Don’t ever pay for assistance with reducing your student loan debt. Some companies may try and scam you to pay for services that we do for free or promise immediate loan forgiveness. Learn more about protecting yourself at Federal Student Aid and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.