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StudentAidPandemic.org provides up-to-the-minute student guidance on student loans and financial aid during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Your learning path is customized to your needs. All services are free to everyone and no registration is required.

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TISLA and Mapping Your Future would like to thank Decision Partners for donating their financial education platform to support this service.

In the News

NBC's Newscenter Maine interviewed TISLA's Martha Johnson.
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NPR interviewed Student Aid Pandemic co-founder Betsy Mayotte about the CARES Act and what it means for student loans. She was also interviewed by NPR's Death, Sex & Money podcast.
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Money Magazine links to StudentAidPandemic.org as an education resource in this article.
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CNN links to StudentAidPandemic.org as an education resource in this article.
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Betsy Mayotte, President of The Institute of Student Loan Advisors and one of the founders of StudentAidPandemic.org, was interviewed about student loan changes as the result of the COVID-19 crisis. This site is also featured in the video.

Members of the press can contact Betsy directly through the TISLA website.

Disclaimer: This website is provided as a benefit to students, borrowers, and schools and should not be considered legal advice. The regulations are complex and may not apply to a specific student or borrower situation. If you are unsure, contact your school or the U.S. Department of Education.