I am glad you asked this because I didn’t think of that.
I believe that school loans are considered separate debt unless both names are on the loan. I have heard of some cases where the supporting spouse was entitled to received a portion of future income from the spouse that was “put through school” during the marriage, but I do not think that is the same thing as a school loan…
If a school loan was incurred during the marriage it may be classified as a marital debt if it was incurred for the benefit of the marriage. If you incurred a student loan with an eye towards a higher earning capacity to benefit the marriage you will have a chance to have the loan put in the martial
Does a school loan become part of marriage debt if loan was accrued while married?