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What happens to my TEACH grant if I don't comply with the service agreement or are no longer a teacher?
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ENGLISH

You can request that your TEACH Grant be turned into a direct unsubsidized loan at any point. You must then repay to the federal government the full amount plus all interest that would have accrued on the TEACH Grant funds that were disbursed to your student account. Once your TEACH Grant is turned into a loan, there is no converting it back.

If you believe that your TEACH grant has been converted to a loan in error, the Department of Education recommends that you contact the Department's TEACH Grant servicer, Fedloan. If you cannot resolve your situation after contacting them, you may contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman, a neutral, informal, and confidential resource to help resolve federal student aid disputes.

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SPANISH

Puede solicitar que su Beca TEACH se convierta en un préstamo directo sin subsidio en cualquier momento. Luego, debe reembolsar al gobierno federal el monto total más todos los intereses que se hubieran acumulado en los fondos de la Beca TEACH que se desembolsaron en su cuenta de estudiante. Una vez que su Beca TEACH se convierte en un préstamo, no se puede volver a convertir.

Si cree que su subvención TEACH se ha convertido en un préstamo por error, el Departamento de Educación recomienda que se comunique con el administrador de subvenciones TEACH del Departamento, Fedloan. Si no puede resolver su situación después de contactarlos, puede comunicarse con el Defensor del Pueblo de Ayuda Federal para Estudiantes, un recurso neutral, informal y confidencial para ayudar a resolver disputas sobre ayuda federal para estudiantes.

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