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- Oct 17, 2017
The financial health of Americans has been headline material of late and the prognosis is grim–69 percent of Americans surveyed have less than $1,000 in savings, and 3 percent have nothing put away for emergencies, much less retirement. And when it comes to financial health after college, many young adults are ill-prepared to handle their burdens.
If your institution is not yet teaching financial literacy, there is no time like the present. There are many free or low-cost ways in which you can have a significant impact on your students’ financial well-being. Here are a few suggestions.
To view full article, visit https://www.ecampusnews.com/curriculum/teach-financial-literacy-college/
- Aug 31, 2017
Due to Hurricane Harvey, mail to and from Bryan/College Station has been temporarily suspended. However, there are other mail service companies that are still delivering to our area. You can also upload requested documents via the portal and send documents via fax at (979) 847-9061.
Please be assured that we will make processing scholarships checks a top priority (in the order received) once mail commences.
- Mar 23, 2017
The IRS Data Retrieval Tool on fafsa.gov
and StudentLoans.gov is currently unavailable. We are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. However, at this time, the IRS anticipates the online data tool will be unavailable for several weeks.
To view the full article, visit irs.gov
- Aug 31, 2015
Today, as another step forward in implementing the Student Aid Bill of Rights directives, Federal Student Aid (FSA) released the recommendations from an interagency task force on best practices in performance based contracting to better ensure that servicers help borrowers make affordable monthly payments.
To view full article, visit blog.ed.gov/2015/08/another-step-forward-under-the-student-aid-bill-of-rights/
- Aug 31, 2015
Have student loans? You’ve probably seen social media ads, received emails, or even opened a piece of mail from companies promising to reduce your monthly loan payments or cancel your loans.
But here’s the catch. These companies are doing something you can do yourself, but they’ll charge you a fee.
To view full article, visit blog.ed.gov/2015/08/dont-pay-for-student-loan-debt-relief/
- May 08, 2015
Starting May 10, 2015, the Federal Student Aid PIN will be replaced with the FSA ID
. The new FSA ID consists of a user-created username and password to electronically access personal information on Federal Student Aid Web sites. Once FSA ID has been implemented, you will be directed to create your username and password.