On May 26, the Department of Education announced the release of reports on its reviews of four major federal student loan servicers, which were conducted to ensure that the servicers adhered to federal law concerning loan interest rates for active-duty servicemembers. Specifically, the Department aspired to determine whether eligible borrowers of eligible Family Federal Education Loans (FFEL) and Direct Loans received the benefit of the 6 percent interest rate cap provided by the SCRA in accordance with applicable statutes and the Department’s regulations and guidance. The reviews considered servicemembers’ SCRA eligibility between 2009 and 2014, and showed that “in less than 1 percent of cases, borrowers were incorrectly denied the 6 percent interest rate cap required by the laws.” In addition to these reviews, the Department will be “expanding its review of compliance with the SCRA and HEA to the Department’s seven non-profit servicers as well as commercial [FFEL] servicers,” with completion expected later this year. The Department’s reviews follow a May 2014 DOJ settlement with one of the four student loan servicers.