Do you have student loans? Or do you know somebody who does?
It’s likely you answered "yes" to at least one of these questions. And if so, you’re in good company—as of last year, more than 40 million Americans owed money on student loans. And in an economy where wages are low and unemployment is high, the money owed on loans could go a long way toward helping working families. That’s why the AFL-CIO has partnered with The Borrowers Hotline to offer student loan assistance to anybody who needs it.
On May 19 and 20, you can call in between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. ET to learn one on one from other borrowers about your rights and possible repayment options. Click here to RSVP for The Borrowers Hotline.
The Borrowers Hotline is a toll-free way to call in and get free help with your student loans. You can call in to talk to somebody about your rights, get more information about applying for government programs or even find an expert to help you manage your debt. Once you RSVP, we’ll be sure to send you the phone number and more information about the hotline.
Student debt is a national problem that needs collective action. The AFL-CIO stands in solidarity with the millions of Americans who are trying to dig themselves out of student loan debt. And we’re here to help.