A Year Ago Today Borrowers expected up to $20,000 in student loan relief. Yet, the relief hasn't come.

Biden's Big MoveBy using the HEROES Act of 2003, Biden aimed to cancel student debt related to the COVID-19 emergency.

Education Secretary Speaks Miguel Cardona: "Getting an education should set us free; not strap us down!"

Application Flood In weeks, 26 million borrowers applied for relief. 16 million got approval.

Relief Blocked By November, two lawsuits halted the debt relief's progress.

Supreme Court Verdict The Supreme Court rejected the debt relief in June.

Borrower's Despair "It's hard to be excited anymore." - A borrower reflecting on the rollercoaster journey.

The Current Stand Post the Supreme Court's decision, the Higher Education Act of 1965 has been eyed for relief.

A Lengthy Process Bharat Ramamurti: "It's going to be months...we are aiming to do it as quickly as possible."

Payments Resume Soon Payments will restart soon, with interest accruing from September.

Payments Resume Soon Payments will restart soon, with interest accruing from September.

Hope on the Horizon The new SAVE plan aims to reduce monthly payments and manage interest accumulation.

President Joe Biden and Miguel Cardona continue their efforts to alleviate student debt burdens, but the journey remains uncertain.