Loan Counseling

As a consequence of participating in the Title IV loan programs, institutions must provide counseling and other disclosures to their students who borrow. The content, format, and timing of counseling are described in law and regulation.

Related terms: Perkins Loan Program; Direct Loan Program

A Case Study of Undergraduate Debt, Repayment Plans, and Postbaccalaureate Decision-Making Among Black Students at HBCUs (Journal of Student Financial Aid) Web URL

Borrowers Discuss the Challenges of Student Loan Repayment (The Pew Charitable Trusts) Web URL

Casualties of College Debt (The Institute for College Access and Success) PDF

Effective Counseling, Empowered Borrowers: An Evidence-Based Policy Agenda for Informed Student Loan Borrowing and Repayment (Trellis Company) PDF

Engaging Student Borrowers: Results of a Survey of Financial Aid Professionals (Trellis Company) PDF

Informed or Overwhelmed? A Legislative History of Student Loan Counseling with a Literature Review on the Efficacy of Loan Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Leveraging Guided Pathways to Improve Financial Aid Design and Delivery (Journal of Student Financial Aid) Web URL

Sources of Referral in Student Financial Counseling (Journal of Financial Therapy) PDF

Student Debt and the Class of 2019 (The Institute for College Access and Success) PDF

Student Loan Counseling Challenges and Opportunities (Federal Reserve System) PDF

Student Loan Counseling: Does the Federal Mandate Give Borrowers Necessary Financial Skills? (American Action Forum) Web URL

Student Loan Counseling: Perceptions and Impacts (Consumer Interests Annual) PDF

Student Loans and Health-related Financial Hardship (Journal of Student Financial Aid) PDF

The Effect of Reduced Student Loan Borrowing on Academic Performance and Default: Evidence from a Loan Counseling Experiment (Annenberg Institute at Brown University) PDF

Understanding and Promoting Student Financial Wellness: A Report from the Financial Wellness Learning Collaborative (Trellis Company) PDF

What Accounts for Gaps in Student Loan Default, and What Happens After (Brookings) Web URL

Above and Beyond: What Eight Colleges Are Doing to Improve Student Loan Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

A Time To Every Purpose: Understanding and Improving the Borrower Experience with Online Student Loan Entrance Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Effective Counseling, Empowered Borrowers: An Evidence-Based Policy Agenda for Informed Student Loan Borrowing and Repayment (Trellis Company) PDF

Leveraging Guided Pathways to Improve Financial Aid Design and Delivery (Journal of Student Financial Aid) Web URL

A Time To Every Purpose: Understanding and Improving the Borrower Experience with Online Student Loan Entrance Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Above and Beyond: What Eight Colleges Are Doing to Improve Student Loan Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Effective Counseling, Empowered Borrowers: An Evidence-Based Policy Agenda for Informed Student Loan Borrowing and Repayment (Trellis Company) PDF

From Passive to Proactive: Understanding and Improving the Borrower Experience with Online Student Loan Exit Counseling (Trellis Company) PDF

Leveraging Guided Pathways to Improve Financial Aid Design and Delivery (Journal of Student Financial Aid) Web URL

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