Reducing Cohort Default Rates Through Outreach And Education

Student loan default isn’t strictly a student issue or a financial aid issue; it affects everything from enrollment to graduation rates. With one in 10 borrowers defaulting on their student loans within two years of entering repayment, it is imperative that colleges and universities learn how to reduce their cohort default rates, both for the success of students and financial health of the institution.

Attend this web seminar to learn how creating financial education and communication strategies put students, and your campus, on the right track for financial success. Plus, hear how the financial leadership of one institution overhauled their default prevention processes and implemented an outreach plan to more effectively connect with borrowers.

Topics will include:

  • Understand the far-stretching implications of unmanaged default rates for your campus
  • Learn how to engage students while in school and after 
  • Developing strategies for reversing your default rate, and understanding the level of resources required
  • Keys to evaluating the success of outreach efforts

Scheduled speakers:
Leigh Ann Hussey
Director of Financial Aid
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Dave Macoubrie
Vice President of Repayment Solutions

Who will benefit:
College and university leaders interested in default prevention strategies. Anyone may attend.

Broadcast : 
Tue, 02/25/2014
2:00 pm EST
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