An estimated 300 former students of the shuttered Charlotte School of Law will now be eligible to have their federal loans discharged.

The U.S. Department of Education on March 9 announced that it has extended the time period for former Charlotte students’ eligibility under a rule that allows those enrolled at higher education institutions that shut down to walk away from their federal loans—what is known as a closed-school discharge.

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