IBRinfo was created by the nonprofit, nonpartisan Project on Student Debt to help student loan borrowers learn about two new federal loan programs: Income-Based Repayment (IBR) and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). IBRinfo's partner organizations are helping to spread the word about the site and these important borrower benefits.
While we can not provide advice about your individual financial situation, our Frequently Asked Questions page provides answers to commonly asked questions as well as links to other resources that could help you. To see if you might qualify for IBR and what your monthly payment might be, please visit our IBR calculator.
The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the Project on Student Debt. We make every effort to ensure that the information on IBRinfo is as accurate, complete, and up-to-date as possible, but we cannot guarantee that it is free of omissions or errors and bear no liability for how the content is interpreted or used, or for the content of any third-party links included in the site. IBRinfo does not offer legal advice and is not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Education or the federal government. If you have questions about this site, please contact us.
A growing and diverse group of organizations is helping to spread the word about Income-Based Repayment (IBR) and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). See a full list of partners with links to their web sites. Thanks to The Pew Charitable Trusts and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for their support of this site and the other work of the Project on Student Debt.
If your organization is interested in becoming a partner,
please send an email to info@IBRinfo.org. You do not need permission to link to IBRinfo from your own web site or blog, but we would be happy to hear if you do.
The Project on Student Debt works to increase public understanding of the changing role of student debt and its implications for our families, economy and society. Recognizing that loans play a critical role in making college possible, the Project's goal is to identify cost-effective solutions that expand educational opportunity, protect family financial security, and advance economic competitiveness. The new Income-Based Repayment (IBR) program is modeled directly on a proposal developed by the Project and supported by a broad coalition of student, loan industry, and higher education groups. The Project is managed by the Institute for College Access & Success.