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With lectures and labs being suspended and online learning becoming the norm, physical therapy students have had to adjust to a new normal. But there is some potentially good news when it comes to students who have federal student loans.

First, on March 20, the Department of Education announced that it would provide financial relief to current students and graduates with student loan debt during the national emergency. The office of Federal Student Aid announced the following changes:

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