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    Former Marine and Author Joins LRAP Association

    LRAP News May 21st, 2019

    LRAP Association is proud to announce that author, higher education strategist, former Marine, and former Vice President for Enrollment Management, Sean-Michael Green, has joined our team as Vice President of Client Service. In his new role, Sean-Michael will serve as a resource for colleges and universities seeking to grow their enrollment and net revenue. Sean-Michael […]

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    Webinar: LRAP as a Late-Cycle Yield Tool May 1st and Beyond.

    LRAP News April 24th, 2019

    Update: See recording above. As May 1st approaches, the writing is on the wall. Even if you are not a “May 1st deadline” driven institution, you must still overcome a rising negative tide about the cost of a college degree, despite clear evidence of long-term earning benefits. ­ Join us for our next webinar on […]

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    #HigherEd Conferences We’re Attending Summer 2019

    LRAP News April 12th, 2019

    Every year, we make time while serving our partners to join our higher education colleagues at conferences and conventions. This helps us stay in touch with our current clients in person, meet new partners, and – of course – share as much as we can to help meet the goals of our mission. The fear […]

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    Program-Level Employment Outcomes and LRAP: A Perfect Yield Match

    LRAP News April 4th, 2019

    Right now, there are families looking at programs on your campus and doing their best to compute some shaky mental calculus. Families ask: will a degree in this program from this school empower my child to earn an income capable of starting life and paying loans? As program-level employment outcomes become more standardized and influential […]

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    The Financial Aid Appeals Process and a Loan Repayment Assistance Program

    LRAP News March 25th, 2019

    We get the chance to partner with many different kinds of institutions. Each is unique in its approach to higher education and the various circumstances of its market. Some of our partners are larger and some are smaller. We try to meet each where they are to help them grow. One area where we see […]

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