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SSC Student Loan Forgiveness Program


The pandemic has made your job a lot more challenging this year. Many of you also live with the financial stress of student loan debt. $0 student loan payments, provided by the CARES Act since March 2020, meant you could stop worrying about them, at least for a while.


The Department of Education (DoE) has now stated that the $0 payments will end January 31, 2022, with NO further extensions. In addition, two federal loan servicers announced they are ending their contracts with the DoE this year, affecting millions of borrowers. As a result, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently said that it expects the potential for “processing delays or even errors” resulting from all these changes.


That’s why we are pleased to remind you that we offer the Loan Relief benefit through our partner, Fiducius. You need someone you can trust and who knows how the system works. With their free Student Loan Financial Planning service, you’ll receive personalized education and support for your specific loan situation. Loan restructuring options you can consider include Forgive (Public Service Loan Forgiveness), ReFi (private refinancing) and SimpliFi (loan consolidation). You can join thousands of education professionals who are already saving an average of $660 on their monthly student loan payments using forgiveness. Importantly, you can restructure your loans now AND still take advantage of $0 payments through January.

Register now. In just 5-6 minutes you’ll learn how much you can save on your student loans:


If you’re having trouble, please contact Fiducius at Put your employer’s name in the subject line and a brief description of your issue in the body of the email. Someone from the Customer Support team at Fiducius will contact you as soon as possible.



 The AESA Student Loan Forgiveness Program is powered by the student loan forgiveness expertise of Fiducius, a BBB A+ Rated Cincinnati, Ohio-based organization that has helped thousands of individuals across the U.S. maximize the under-utilized Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

 **This program/service is being provided as a courtesy to help staff reduce their student loan debt.