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The Institute for College Access & Success, July 2010

For several years, TICAS monitored and analyzed colleges’ public commitments to limit or eliminate student loans from financial aid packages for low- and middle-income students. This document is a copy of the section of our website that included...

The Institute for College Access & Success, May 2010
A diverse coalition of more than 30 student, college, consumer and civil rights organizations sent this letter calling on Education Secretary Arne Duncan to more effectively protect students and taxpayers from wasteful and exploitative career education programs.
The Project on Student Debt, May 2010
More than 40 organizations signed this letter urging the Senate to strengthen consumer protections for private student loans through the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the financial reform bill.
The Project on Student Debt, April 2010
A broad coalition of groups representing students, consumers, and institutions of higher education, and civil rights and public policy organizations supports legislation to treat private loans like other consumer debt in bankruptcy.
The Institute for College Access & Success, March 2010
Hundreds of thousands of California Community College (CCC) students are eligible for federal Pell Grants but do not apply, leaving up to $500 million unclaimed in 2009-10. This fact sheet compares CCC financial aid application rates to the rest of the country, and also examines the inadequacy of...
The Institute for College Access & Success, March 2010
Letter to California State Legislators in support of AB 1761, which would provide first-year tuition and fee benefits to Cal Grant B recipients.
44% of Defaulters Attended For-Profit Institutions
The Institute for College Access & Success, December 2009
The U.S. Department of Education has released a preview of new draft default rates yesterday. The new data show nearly 400,000 students who entered repayment in 2007 had defaulted by 2009, representing 12 percent of all students who entered repayment that year. Nearly half of these borrowers (44...
The Project on Student Debt, December 2009
Twenty-five organizations wrote a letter to Reps. Polis, Murphy, and Bishop in support of their amendment to require school certification of private student loans, as part of H.R. 4173
The Project on Student Debt, December 2009
Twenty-nine organizations signed this letter to Sens. Dodd and Shelby of the Senate Banking Committee, thanking Sen. Dodd for making sure that all private student loans, including those made by colleges, fall under the jurisdiction of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency.
The Project on Student Debt, December 2009
This report examines student debt in all 50 states and at four-year public and private nonprofit colleges and universities in the U.S. As student debt continued to rise, unemployment climbed from an already challenging 7.6 percent in the third quarter of 2008 to 10.6 percent in 2009. See average...

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