Demand Policy Makers Commit to The Checklist to Support Student Loan Borrowers

Claiming to support student loan borrowers is not enough without action. Forty-four million borrowers are carrying over $1.3 trillion in student loan debt - they can no longer wait for change. This is why I am pushing my community and public policy leaders to act now.

I pledge to be a student loan voter, someone who supports affordable higher education and common sense solutions to the student debt crisis that is holding back our economy.

I pledge to push my representatives to uphold the policy reforms included in The Checklist to Support Student Loan Borrowers and to support 
policy makers as they work to make these reforms a reality.

Public policy makers must commit to fighting for the following reforms:

I pledge to be a Student Loan Voter and to support policy makers in their work to implement The Checklist to Support Student Loan Borrowers.

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This petition has a goal of 17500 signatures
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29348 2.5 years ago Robin Starkenburg Deforest, WI This impacts me and my two children!
29347 3.1 years ago Cynthia McMichael Jacksonviile , FL
29346 3.1 years ago Amy Kingsley-Andujar Allentown, PA Please allow borrowers to refinance their federal and private student loans at a lower interest rate. It would help many to pay off their loans. Restore bankruptcy protections to student loan debt. ...
29345 3.5 years ago Scott Griffin peoria, AZ
29344 3.6 years ago Stephanie Bryson Portland, OR
29343 3.8 years ago Marcia McMullin Westminster, MD Please lower the interest rates not just on student loans but on parent loans . We had all 4 of our kids take out student loans and we took parent loans. In 2008 my husband lost his job. In order t...
29342 4 years ago Yvonne Greenbaum san antonio, TX
29341 4 years ago Roberta Tuttle Croton, NY
29340 4.2 years ago Jacqueline Strouse San Diego, CA
29339 4.2 years ago Aundrea Black bainbridge, OH we need a change, how can we ask our children to flurish with an education if when they graduate, if they can even afford to graduate they spend there lives in a sea of debt with no future to help t...
29338 4.3 years ago Candace Thomas Houston , TX without social security reform the system we are paying into will not be there to support my generation through retirement. Why not take the thousands I've paid into the system, monies that I most c...
29337 4.4 years ago Dr. Alexander Henrich Hamburg, ot
29336 4.5 years ago Michelle Kelley San Antonio, TX Something has to change. The amount of interest and fees they charge is ridiculous. If you don’t pay it off’ll never finish paying it period.
29335 4.5 years ago Gabryella Pulsinelli Winston-Salem, NC
29334 4.6 years ago Dana Shoesmith LANDISVILLE, PA
29333 4.6 years ago Robert Lynch Brrokhaven, NY Rich people, politicians and lawbreakers are what make this country great. What makes this country great for you. The freedom of education????????
29332 4.7 years ago Maria Sapia Cleveland, OH The school was not credited,I find out when I was doing my internship. The school never help me. I can't work as a dental assistant because of that and I have that debt that I can't pay because I dn...
29331 4.9 years ago rochelle house SEATTLE, WA
29330 5.1 years ago Dawn Wagner Rockville, MD I'm 39. I still have two student loans, and I'll have to get another when I go back to school. I'd also like to start saving for retirement. From all I've heard, the new tax code isn't going to do m...
29329 5.2 years ago Philip donnelly Newtown Square, PA
29328 5.2 years ago Philip donnelly Newtown Square, PA
29327 5.2 years ago MARY ANN DONNELLY Donnelly Newtown Square, PA
29326 5.3 years ago Stacie Valone jacksonville, FL please do something about the student loan crisis. No one with a college education should be struggling to live. I owe $90k in student loans and have been paying for over 3 years- but current balanc...
29325 5.3 years ago Yoidette Erima Brooklyn, NY
29324 5.3 years ago Elliot Brown New York City, NY
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