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    Paying It Forward

    LRAP In The News November 7, 2011

    Student loan debt continues to rise, and with it concern among educators and politicians (including President Obama) and new federal policies aimed at reducing students’ burden. One small private Christian college is expanding its own efforts, embracing a trick of the trade historically used by many law schools. Huntington University, a liberal arts college in […]

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    Colleges Offer Graduates Help Repaying Loans

    LRAP In The News June 17, 2011

    Law schools have done it for years. Now, some private liberal arts colleges are experimenting with the idea: They’re offering upfront to help students pay off their loans after they graduate. The financial-aid benefit, which targets students who expect to pursue careers in low-paying public-service fields, aims to help colleges attract and retain students who […]

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    Worried About College Loans? Look For A Loan Repayment Assistance Program

    LRAP In The News January 25, 2017

    As Seniors assess different college offers in advance of the national enrollment deposit deadline of May 1st, many are weighing the pros and cons of borrowing money to finance their college educations.  Borrowing within reason, starting college with federally subsidized and unsubsidized amounts totaling $5500 for the first year and heading for the national average […]

  • Spring Arbor University Will Help Struggling Graduates Repay Loans

    LRAP In The News February 8, 2013

    Spring Arbor University, a small liberal arts school in Michigan, has announced that it will offer loan repayment assistance to its incoming class if students can’t land steady employment after graduation… http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/08/spring-arbor-university-loan-repayment_n_2646495.html 

  • Paying It Forward

    LRAP In The News November 7, 2011 - Inside Higher Ed

    Student loan debt continues to rise, and with it concern among educators and politicians (including President Obama) and new federal policies aimed at reducing students’ burden. One small private Christian college is expanding its own efforts, embracing a trick of the trade historically used by many law schools.

  • Colleges Offer Graduates Help Repaying Loans

    LRAP In The News June 13, 2011

    Law schools have done it for years. Now, some private liberal arts colleges are experimenting with the idea: They’re offering upfront to help students pay off their loans after they graduate. http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/education/2011-06-12-colleges-repay-student-loans_n.htm