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From the White House: Higher Ed, Not Debt Partners Recognized for Student Debt Challenge Pledge

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28 April 2016

A portion of this first appeared on whitehouse.gov The White House Office of the Press Secretary “I’m only here because this country gave me a chance through… Read more

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Do Your Student Loans Qualify for Repayment Plans That Could Lower Monthly Payments?

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15 April 2016

Not enough student loan borrowers know about the benefits of programs like income-driven repayment programs or public service loan forgiveness. That’s why we are joining the White House in asking employers, schools, and organizations to take the student debt challenge and make sure all of their employees and members know about these great programs. And we need your help!

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Take the Student Debt Challenge

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12 April 2016

Not enough student loan borrowers know about the benefits of programs like income-driven repayment programs or public service loan forgiveness. That’s why we are asking employers, schools, and organizations to take the student debt challenge and make sure all of their employees and members know about these great programs. And we need your help!

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Looking in All the Wrong Places: How the Monitoring of Colleges Misses What Matters Most

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12 April 2016

This report and its accompanying online resources offer the first behind the scenes, public view of the audits being used to monitor colleges receiving taxpayer funding. In particular, it looks at these documents through the lens of what happened with Corinthian Colleges to determine what audits and program reviews did or did not catch.

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Undocumented Students Ask Institutions for Equal Rights

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7 April 2016

For students who are undocumented immigrants, the process to attend college requires jumping through even more hoops than the average student. When applying to college undocumented students cannot receive any form of federal financial aid. Furthermore, some states prohibit undocumented students from receiving state financial aid, leaving undocumented students without many sources of aid.

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