The Institute for College Access SuccessTime 2020-06-24 13:04:25
Web Name: The Institute for College Access Success
Description:Learn More Resources for students borrowers impacted by COVID-19 Learn More The Institute for College Access Success is a trusted source of research, design, and advocacy for student-centered public policies that promote affordability, accountability, and equity in higher education. Our Work We try to understand college opportunity through careful research and by listening to the students and those who serve them. We combine concrete, tailored policy recommendations with passionate, sophisticated advocacy, nationally and in California. Learn about our work Affordability We advocate for more accessible and effective Pell Grants and Cal Grants, more affordable student loans, greater and more equitable state funding, and better consumer information for students. Learn more Accountability We work to hold predatory colleges accountable for deceptive and illegal conduct, reducing the number of students left worse off by burdensome student debt, and other steps to improve student outcomes. Learn more California California’s Master Plan for higher education guarantees a place in college for every eligible student. We seek to ensure students have the financial aid and student services they need to succeed. Learn more College Insight College Insight is a unique and valuable data resource for policymakers, journalists, and researchers interested in college affordability, student debt, economic and racial diversity, student success. Project on Student Debt We document unaffordable levels of student debt facing many low-income students and students of color. We promote reforms to reduce risky debt and work to ensure all borrowers are treated fairly. New data show that the average student debt for college graduates continues to climb but at a slower pace. Nationally, about two in three (65 percent) college seniors who graduated from public and private nonprofit colleges in 2018 had student loan debt. These borrowers owed an average of $29,200. (Student Debt and the Classof2018) External link to tweetFollow TICASCongress must act quickly to extend #CARESAct benefits to all federal student loan borrowers. We strongly endorse two bipartisan bills that would extend payment relief to those not currently covered — borrowers with commercial FFEL and Perkins loans. 1/3 https://t.co/RI0rRH4iL1about 15 hours ago TICAS COVID-19 Resources and Publications LATEST NEWS TICAS COVID-19 Resources and Publications Regularly refreshed with TICAS work related to the coronavirus and college affordability, includes current fact sheets, statements, and our coalition work. President Vetoes Bipartisan Resolution to Restore Strong Borrower Defense Rule News Media President Vetoes Bipartisan Resolution to Restore Strong Borrower Defense Rule May 29, 2020 The unfortunate reality is that some colleges defraud and cheat their students, sticking them with debts they have no way to repay. As a direct
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