Nonprofits dealing in student loans nervously eye planned U.S. change
- Alberta gets out of student loans. Jenkinson, Michael // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;5/16/94, Vol. 21 Issue 22, p32
Discusses the five-year deal signed by Alberta's Advanced Education with Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce that will see the bank assume liability for most student loans, saving Alberta taxpayers up to $45 million. Numbers of post-secondary Alberta students who borrow money; The current...
- Study finds direct lending a risky mistake for student loan program. // Westchester County Business Journal;8/2/93, Vol. 32 Issue 31, p11
Reveals an economic analysis by Rudolph Penner and Peat Marwick concluding that Congress would be making a mistake by substituting direct government lending for the student loan program. Penner and Marwick's backgrounds; Other projections.
- Remarks on receiving a report on student loan default rates and an exchange with reporters. Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;1/13/97, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p19
Presents President Bill Clinton's remarks upon receiving a report on student loan default rates, on January 8, 1997 and his answers to reporters' inquiries. Decline in the default rate on student loans; Sanctions awaiting schools that did not do their part in preventing defaults.
- Student loans: The wrong cuts. Cohn, Jonathan // Washington Monthly;Oct95, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p42
Comments on the US Congress' efforts to revise President Bill Clinton's student loan program. Benefits brought about by Clinton's reform of the student loan system; Provisions of the program; Republicans' efforts to lessen competition in the program.
- Lobbying 101. A.G. // Common Cause Magazine;Winter95, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p5
Reports on the impact of Congressional Republicans budget-cutting of the students-loan program. How students reacted; What they learned. INSET: Just the facts..
- Lessons from the failure of a student loan guarantor. Cronin, Joseph M. // Phi Delta Kappan;Mar93, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p563
Details basic lessons which the higher education community can learn from the financial troubles experienced by the Higher Education Assistance Foundation (HEAF) with student loan guarantors. Services granted by HEAF; Senator Sam Nunn's hearings on HEAP loans; United States Department of...
- Some banks continue student loans to keep offerings well rounded. Zahodiakin, Phil // American Banker;5/5/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 86, p6
Reports on the continued offer of student loan programs by the community banks. Offer of direct lending to the colleges and schools by the Department of Education; Community State Bank's student lending portfolio; Federal Family Education Loan Assistance Program; Student Loan Reform Act of...
- Audits added to regulatory mix for guaranteed student loans. Zahodiakin, Phil // American Banker;5/5/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 86, p6
Reports on the addition of audit required by the Department of Education for banks in the guaranteed student loan programs. Allowance for servicing expenses; Minimum payment for the audit of the banks' allowance estimates; Date of issuance of the regulation requiring the audit.
- Lenders weigh pluses, minuses of staying in program. Zahodiakin, Phil // American Banker;5/5/1994, Vol. 159 Issue 86, p7
Reports on the weighing of costs and benefits of remaining in the student lending program by small banks as the Department of Education prepares to offer direct lending through the schools. Concern on the impact of the department's offer on community banks in rural areas; Proposal for a...