Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Child Welfare Student Loan Forgiveness Act. Establishes the Child Welfare Student Loan Forgiveness Program to provide loan assistance, subject to appropriation, to eligible students for upper-division undergraduate and graduate study in social work or human services. Provides that forgivable loans may be awarded for a maximum of 2 academic years and requires a loan recipient to work in child welfare at the Department of Children and Family Services, its successor, or a contracting agency for at least the number of years for which the loan is received. Sets maximum amounts for the loans at $4,000 for loans awarded at the undergraduate level and $8,000 for loans awarded at the graduate level. Contains provisions concerning eligibility, repayment, credit, and a penalty for non-compliance.