How do I Talk to a Real Person at Fafsa

By | August 8, 2020

How do I Talk to a Real Person at FAFSA? Well, if you want to talk to a FAFSA representative, so you are in the right place. In this post, we will talk about FAFSA Customer Service. Here you will find all the possible methods by which you can contact them quickly. There are many ways like phone numbers, live chat options, emails, etc. You can contact the FAFSA representative. Only you have to follow the given guidelines. 

How do I Talk to a Real Person at FAFSA?

Here are the steps. Follow these steps and get a human from FAFSA.

  1. First of all dial, 1-800-433-3243
  2. Now, say ‘speak with a customer service representative.’
  3. Now, Stay on the line for a few mins. Current Wait: 25 mins (16m avg)
  4. After that, you will automatically connect to the live person from FAFSA.
How do I Talk to a Real Person at Fafsa

Here the main voice menu.

  • For the status of your application or request a copy of your student aid report, you have to say “application status.”
  • For student loans, you have to say “loans.”
  • Help with FSA ID, you have to say “help I.D.”
  • To obtain a copy of a student report, you have to say “report.”
  • For general student I.D. information, say “more information.”

FAFSA Support Phone Numbers

Here are the FAFSA contact numbers. These numbers are available 12 hours a day. 

1-800-433-3243: FAFSA Support Phone Number

1-800-557-7394: Student Loan Support Center.

1-877-557-2575: Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Group.

1-855-265-4038: Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

1-855-279-6207: Borrower Defense Customer Support.

1-800-557-7394: Student Loan Support Center.

1-800-621-3115 Default Resolution Group.

FAFSA Representatives Hours

FAFSA Representatives are available from 

8 am to 11 pm from Monday to Friday

11 am to 5 pm on Saturday-Sunday. 

FAFSA Social Links

You can stay in touch with these social links and get updates from FAFSA.

FAFSA Email

FAFSA also support the email option, only you have to visit:

  1. BorrowerDefense@ed.gov: For Borrower Defense
  2. studentaid@ed.gov: For Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC)

For more information or any queries, visit FAFSA Help.

Live Chat Support

You can also do the live chat with FAFSA; only you have to visit the FAFSA Contact page and click on the “Start Chat” button.

FAFSA Mailing Address

U.S. Department of Education:

Borrower Defense to Repayment

P.O. Box 1854

Monticello, KY 42633

U.S. Department of Education:

FedLoan Servicing

P.O. Box 69184

Harrisburg, PA 17106-9184

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