Schedule it on Schedule F.
You are supposed to list all assets and liabilities regardless of their classification or dischargeability.
The lender is entitled to notice of your bankruptcy and to protect its rights.
You should list the student loan debt on Schedule F.
Make sure you list an accurate address for the creditor. Many student loan creditors give unrequested, additional deferments when they are properly noticed of a bankruptcy filing.
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