We’re now accepting PPP applications. First-time users of the application portal will need to select “Sign Up” on the Welcome screen to get started. When entering your information into the Business Validation screen in the portal, please do not enter dashes as part of your Tax Identification Number (TIN/EIN) and do not enter any leading zeros (zeros at the beginning) of your business deposit account number. As a reminder, the deposit account number must be associated with the applicant’s Tax Identification Number. If you are uncertain of the account information to use, please reach out to your banker or a branch near you, or call 1-888-SYNOVUS for assistance. Apply now.
We're now accepting Paycheck Protection loan applications.
We are now accepting PPP loan and forgiveness applications. Visit our FAQ pages listed below for tips and reminders to help you apply, or start your online application now.
Second draw applicants
Apply for forgiveness
Paycheck Protection Program overview
Originally signed into law on March 27, 2020 under the CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) delivers relief to small businesses and their employees who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Administered by the SBA, this program provides funds to small businesses, independent contractors and self-employed individuals. The loan funds help businesses cover expenses such as:
These loan funds also help businesses to cover expenses such as covered property damage, covered supplier costs, and covered worker protection expenditures.
On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed the latest COVID-19 relief package into law. The package provides for updates to the Paycheck Protection Program, including new loans, forgiveness on existing loans, and second draw loans.
To date, Synovus has assisted in closing approximately 19,000 loans totaling 2.9 billion dollars since the program’s introduction.