Consumer Advocacy

We lend our voice and expertise to help drive awareness and inform public policy on student debt, while promoting the notion that growing student debt is an economic issue that affects all of us, not just borrowers.

Consumer Advocacy

We lend our voice and expertise to help drive awareness and inform public policy on student debt, while promoting the notion that growing student debt is an economic issue that affects all of us, not just borrowers.

Center for Consumer Advocacy

Launched in 2016, the Center for Consumer Advocacy was founded to broaden the public understanding of college financing and repayment. Through research and policy discussions, we’re fighting to ensure students of all backgrounds have the opportunity to successfully pursue and pay for a college degree.

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How Do We Fix The U.S. Student Debt Problem?

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We Provide:

Legislative Guidance & Commentary

Informed guidance for—and analysis of—existing and upcoming legislation that impacts borrowers.

Experience & Thought Leadership

Decades of deep industry experience helping students and families make smart financial decisions.

Resources, Research, & White Papers

Continuous research into the impact of student debt, as well as detailed reports, articles and resources.

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How Do We Fix The U.S. Student Debt Problem?

May 30th, 2017
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National Summit On Solutions For Student Debt

We gather student loan experts and pioneers, educators, journalists, politicians, and more to debate, discuss, and promote the issue of student debt. Catch up on our conversations and see the documents from our last summit.

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was created to encourage borrowers to enter public service or the nonprofit sector by forgiving their eligible federal student loan balance after making 120 eligible payments in no less than 10 years while working full time with an eligible employer.

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Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was created to encourage borrowers to enter public service or the nonprofit sector by forgiving their eligible federal student loan balance after making 120 eligible payments in no less than 10 years while working full time with an eligible employer.

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Videos

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10 Years To Zero Debt

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Understanding PSLF Presentation

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Student Debt: It’s Not Just For Millennials

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An Introduction to Public Service Loan Forgiveness

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