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This week on "Off the Cuff," Allie, Jill, and David discuss the latest details on the return to student loan repayment and highlight the nuances of a new FAFSA simplification term: “contributors.” Allie and Jill kick things off by running through where things stand with the return to student loan repayment, the on-ramp to repayment, servicer wait times, and the administration’s new income-driven repayment (IDR) plan, the Saving on A Valuable Education (SAVE) repayment plan.
Two top-ranking Republican lawmakers are pressing the Department of Education (ED) for more details surrounding its planned resumption of student loan repayments this October, as well as the department’s work to provide clear and proper guidance to borrowers.
NASFAA seeks a highly motivated, self-starter to join its team as the Manager of Corporate Partners. This position will report to the Vice President of Professional Development & Institutional Compliance. This role will serve as the primary contact for all corporate partner relationships. Learn more about the position and apply online.
Please join us in congratulating: Jayme Jarrett, FAAC®, formerly the associate director of financial aid at Ohio Northern University, who is now the director of financial aid at Bluffton University; James White, currently the dean of student financial services at Gonzaga University, who will retire in October after 42 years of working in financial aid; Carmen Colby, currently the director of financial aid at the University of Michigan Medical School, who will retire in September after 42 years of working in financial aid; and Celina Moses, who was promoted from financial aid officer to assistant director of financial aid at Fort Scott Community College. Celebrate your own career developments by completing the "Movers and Shakers" form to share the news with your colleagues.