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Beyond Fresh Start: A three-part virtual panel series on student debt collection.
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1:00 PM EDT – 3:00 PM EDT

Panel Series: Beyond Fresh Start – Part 2

Solutions to Address Student Loan Default and Collections In April, the White House announced the Department of Education is taking steps to give a fresh start to millions of struggling borrowers who are currently in default on federal student loans, protecting them from the harsh consequences of default if payments resume in the future. For […]
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Beyond Fresh Start: A three-part virtual panel series on student debt collection.
Date:
Time:
1:00 PM EDT – 3:00 PM EDT

Panel Series: Beyond Fresh Start – Part 3

The Role of States in Reforming Our Broken Student Loan Collection Systems In April, the White House announced the Department of Education is taking steps to give a fresh start to millions of struggling borrowers who are currently in default on federal student loans, protecting them from the harsh consequences of default if payments resume […]
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SBPC & NCLC CONFERENCE What Happens Next: Ending The Student Debt Crisis.
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All-day

Conference: What Happens Next If Student Debt Is ‘Cancelled’?

Student Borrower Protection Center & National Consumer Law Center will host a free two-day closed-door conference in Washington, D.C. on September 13 & 14, convening key stakeholders from government, advocacy, and academia to reflect on our recent policy successes and to strategize on how to build a future without student debt. This will be the […]
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Past Events

Accessing Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Join us and Veterans Education Success for a Webinar on Accessing PSLF The Department of Education recently announced an overhaul of the PSLF program designed to allow millions of public service workers who have been struggling under the weight of student loan debt a path to relief. In short, borrowers who were previously ineligible because […]
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Understanding Student Loan Repayment in 2022

Join the SBPC for an event on Understanding Student Loan Repayment in 2022 Most students borrow money to help pay for their college education. Usually this means taking out federal student loans. By the time they graduate, the average Oregon student loan borrower owes over $38,000.  In 2022, Oregonians have more than $20.5 billion dollars […]
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