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    One Great Webinar, Two Different Times, Three Spring Funnel Strategies

    LRAP News March 8th, 2018

    Every month, we do our best to create learning sessions (webinars) that help enrollment professionals in higher education understand how best to eliminate the fear of student (and parent) loan debt for their prospective students and families. This month, we are focused on 3 spring-specific strategies that can move prospective students from admit to enroll. […]

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    Team LRAP Volunteers Time for Charity

    LRAP News March 5th, 2018

    We at LRAP Association enjoy the time we spend together as a team in various activities. Our moments together help us work better as a team, and that makes it easier to achieve our mission. Recently, we took the time to volunteer our time as a unit, packing food for an awesome organization: Feed My […]

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    Poll Details Value Americans See in HigherEd; Highlights Fear of Debt.

    HigherEd Industry News February 12th, 2018

    In August and September of 2017, Civis Analytics, a leading data science technology and analytics company, polled 5647 Americans and 675 K-12 teachers about college. What they found should motivate any institution of higher education to take action and meet emerging concerns. We’ve taken the time to sort out some of the key findings from […]

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    University Partner’s Independent Survey Confirms – LRAPs Drive Freshmen Decisions

    LRAP News February 5th, 2018

    Having our work independently verified is a great honor for us. We enable institutions all over the nation to offer a solution to prospective students and families who are experiencing anxiety about taking out loans to finance enrollment at their college of choice. What we see every day is that LRAPs not only help colleges […]

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    Join Us in Texas at Booth 205 for CCCU Forum

    LRAP News January 29th, 2018

    Because we work with a variety of colleges and universities, we have the pleasure of also participating in many conferences and seminars. We do this to support our existing partner colleges (we often present the work our partnerships produce), and because we are on a mission to make sure that every student and family can […]

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