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    College Costs Forcing Students to Compromise

    Industry News LRAP Strategies April 4, 2017

    Every year, thousands of students turn down offers to attend their first-choice college. Royall & Company recently examined survey responses of more than 6,000 of these students. The most popular reason why they opted to go elsewhere? Costs. Altogether, 39.9% of students cited a cost-related reason as the factor that deterred them from attending their […]

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    Loan repayment program helps double Keystone College applications

    LRAP In The News March 23, 2017

    A commitment by Keystone College to pay the student loans of some graduates has led to greater interest and more applications. The Keystone Commitment Loan Repayment Assistance Program begins with first-time, full-time freshmen starting this fall. The first program of its kind in the region, Keystone graduates working at least 30 hours per week with […]

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    Enrollment Concerns Top-of-Mind for College Presidents

    Enrollment Management Industry News March 21, 2017

    These days, admissions officers aren’t the only ones concerned about enrollment. According to a recent survey by Inside Higher Ed and Gallup, 84% of college presidents are “very” or “somewhat” concerned about meeting their institution’s enrollment targets. For the fifth straight year, overall college enrollment is down across the country, and for a variety of reasons: […]