USA Funds Default Prevention Forum

USA Funds Default Prevention Forum Debuts This Week

USA Funds Default Prevention Forum Debuts This Week

On Wednesday, Oct. 1, USA Funds® will launch a forum on news, tips, tools and solutions to help you prevent student loan default.
The blog, Default Prevention Forum, will feature content similar to that featured in the Debt Management Perspectives portion of this newsletter. Learn from USA Funds’ default prevention experts — and post your comments and questions regarding:

  • Tips for managing your cohort default rate and enhancing student success.
  • Schools’ best practices for assisting students in minimizing, managing and repaying their education debt.
  • Legislative, regulatory and policy updates related to student loan debt.
  • News about USA Funds tools that help you in your borrower communication efforts, provide a staffing solution for borrower communication, and offer financial literacy and student success training.

Today — Sept. 30 — is the final issue of the USA Funds Higher Education Success News weekly newsletter.

Although the new blog will focus solely on student loan default prevention, you will continue to have access to the other types of information that USA Funds Higher Education Success News has provided. The USA Funds Subscription Center offers options for subscribing to receive communications on a variety of topics, including USA Funds’ philanthropic initiatives.

If you have any questions about the USA Funds Default Prevention Forum or USA Funds’ other tools and solutions to help you prevent default, contact USA Funds.

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Default Prevention Specialist since 1998.
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