List Of Borrowers To Get Student Loan Forgiveness Per State

Cadrene Heslop

The Biden Administration plans to write off some of America's student loan debt. The benefit for some groups is a one-year pause. The other offer is up to $20,000. This list shares the numbers of borrowers per state eligible for the $10,000 and $20,000 student loan debt forgiveness.

Estimated Number of Eligible Borrowers (rounded to the nearest hundred)

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  • Alabama - 588,000
  • Alaska - 60,500
  • Arizona - 810,800
  • Arkansas - 365,600
  • California - 3,549,300
  • Colorado - 698,100
  • Connecticut - 454,200
  • Washington, D.C. - 105,600
  • Delaware - 116,900
  • Florida - 2,427,600
  • Georgia - 1,506,100
  • Hawaii - 111,500
  • Idaho - 201,400
  • Illinois - 1,486,600
  • Indiana - 856,400
  • Iowa - 408,700
  • Kansas - 360,900
  • Kentucky - 563,300
  • Louisiana - 608,100
  • Maine - 175,000
  • Maryland - 747,100
  • Massachusetts - 813,000
  • Michigan - 1,316,000
  • Minnesota - 729,700
  • Mississippi - 417,200
  • Missouri - 777,300
  • Montana - 120,400
  • Nebraska - 232,100
  • New Hampshire - 175,100
  • New Jersey - 1,082,900
  • New Mexico 215,900
  • New York 2,258,800
  • Nevada - 315,800
  • North Carolina - 1,190,500
  • North Dakota - 82,000
  • Ohio - 1,677,800
  • Oklahoma - 454,300
  • Oregon - 499,000
  • Pennsylvania - 1,717,300
  • Rhode Island - 133,900
  • South Carolina - 681,100
  • South Dakota - 109,100
  • Tennessee - 795,300
  • Texas - 3,323,200
  • Utah - 282,700
  • Virginia - 965,100
  • Vermont - 72,200
  • Washington - 697,600
  • West Virginia - 213,100
  • Wisconsin - 685,100
  • Wyoming - 49,600
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Estimated Number of Eligible Pell Borrowers (rounded to the nearest hundred)

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  • Alabama - 404,900
  • Alaska - 37,300
  • Arizona - 554,900
  • Arkansas - 269,000
  • California - 2,340,600
  • Colorado - 419,000
  • Connecticut - 238,200
  • Washington, D.C. - 60,300
  • Delaware - 68,000
  • Florida - 1,716,300
  • Georgia - 1,039,100
  • Hawaii - 65,700
  • Idaho - 144,900
  • Illinois - 863,600
  • Indiana - 555,500
  • Iowa - 248,900
  • Kansas - 225,500
  • Kentucky - 394,000
  • Louisiana - 435,200
  • Maine - 105,300
  • Maryland - 419,400
  • Massachusetts - 401,200
  • Michigan - 849,300
  • Minnesota - 416,300
  • Mississippi - 316,400
  • Missouri - 502,200
  • Montana - 78,600
  • Nebraska - 136,000
  • New Hampshire - 85,300
  • New Jersey - 590,300
  • New Mexico - 159,000
  • New York - 1,320,100
  • Nevada - 216,900
  • North Carolina - 785,500
  • North Dakota - 49,600
  • Ohio - 1,085,700
  • Oklahoma - 321,600
  • Oregon - 332,100
  • Pennsylvania - 988,800
  • Rhode Island - 75,300
  • South Carolina - 458,400
  • South Dakota - 65,100
  • Tennessee - 542,000
  • Texas - 2,306,700
  • Utah - 206,300
  • Virginia - 566,500
  • Vermont - 37,100
  • Washington - 423,800
  • West Virginia - 145,000
  • Wisconsin - 412,700
  • Wyoming - 31,400

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*Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. This article got written using accredited media reports. *Advice Disclaimer: This article should not be considered professional delinquency, debt management, money, tax, life choice, financial advice, or legal advice. The ideas, numbers, and strategies should never be used without first assessing your own personal and financial situation, or without consulting a life coach, tax specialist, or financial professional.

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