NONPROFIT & STATE-BASED OUTREACH PROGRAMS

NONPROFIT & STATE-BASED OUTREACH PROGRAMS
NONPROFIT & STATE-BASED
OUTREACH PROGRAMS
GUIDING STUDENTS TO AND THROUGH
POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION




DATA REPORT 2019
NONPROFIT & STATE-BASED OUTREACH PROGRAMS
EFC MEMBERS: HELPING FAMILIES PLAN & PAY FOR COLLEGE
Who Are EFC Members?                                            Low-Cost Education Loans & Refinancing
                                                                Programs
EFC Members and nonprofit and state-based
                                                                EFC Members — while considered part of the
organizations who strive to increase
                                                                private loan market — are distinct from traditional
postsecondary access and affordability in
                                                                commercial financial institutions that make and
their states and nationwide.
                                                                service education loans.

EFC Members carry out their missions by
                                                                A number of EFC Members offer low-cost loans
providing a wide array of college access,
                                                                as part of a comprehensive package of services
student success, and financial literacy
                                                                to assist middle-income families with paying for
services and resources; operating as
                                                                college. These suites of state-based services are
nonprofit loan servicers; and offering
                                                                highlighted on EFC’s foryounotforprofit.org
consumer-friendly loan options.
                                                                website. These state-based and nonprofit
                                                                programs offer low interest rates, low or no
Postsecondary Access & Success
                                                                origination fees, and lower monthly payments and
In the past year alone, EFC Members provided                    lower total debt than many other education loan
over 2.5 million families the resources needed to               options, including the Federal PLUS loan.
successfully plan, save, and pay for college.

                                                                Additionally, many EFC Members offer
These resources include FAFSA completion
                                                                refinancing programs that help borrowers to
events and help centers, scholarship programs,
                                                                better manage their student loan debt.
college planning centers, financial aid workshops
and information sessions, financial literacy
                                                                Nonprofit Servicing
workshops, and support services for members of
the military, veterans, and at-risk and low-income              Several EFC Members contract with the federal
youth, including homeless and foster youth.                     government to service Federal Direct Loans.
                                                                Some Members also still service older FFELP
A number of EFC Members are also working                        loans. EFC Members provide exemplary service
collaboratively within their states to implement                to borrowers and the Education Department.
education-to-employment pathways programs
that address specific workforce development                     As nonprofit organizations, EFC members’
needs in their states.                                          interests are inherently aligned with borrowers.


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NONPROFIT & STATE-BASED OUTREACH PROGRAMS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
AK: Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education...............................................................................1

AR: Arkansas Student Loan Authority............................................................................................................3

CT: Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority……………………………………………….5

GA: Georgia Student Finance Commission………………………………………………………………………………….6

IL (& AZ): Midwestern University………………………………………………………………………………………………..7

IN: INvestEd..........................................................................................................................................................8

IA: Iowa Student Loan......................................................................................................................................10

KY: Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority............................................................................12

LA: Louisiana Education Loan Authority.....................................................................................................13

MA: Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority..............................................................................14

MN: Minnesota Office of Higher Education………………………………………...............................................15

MO: MOHELA………………………………………………………………………..………………………………………………..17

MT: Reach Higher Montana……………………………………………………………………………………………………..19

NH: New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation............................................................20

NJ: New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority.........................................................22

NM: New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation............................................................................24

NC: North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority………………………………………………………..26

ND: Bank of North Dakota……………………………………………………………………………………………………….28

PA: Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency..........................................................................29

RI: Rhode Island Student Loan Authority....................................................................................................31

SC: South Carolina Student Loan………………………………………………………………………………………………32

TN: Edsouth……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..33

TX: inspirED (North Texas Higher Education Authority).........................................................................34

TX: Trellis Company.........................................................................................................................................36

UT: Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority.....................................................................................38

VT: Vermont Student Assistance Corporation...........................................................................................40
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                                 The Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education, funded by the Alaska Student Loan Corporation,
                                 promotes access to and success in education and career training beyond high school. In addition to
                                 state education loan programs, the Commission administers the state scholarship and grant programs, and
                                 offers a suite of outreach, early awareness and financial literacy services, designed to promote and facilitate
                                 the education access and attainment Alaskans need to maximize their opportunities for success.


  One-on-One Services, Presentations, & Workshops
            The ACPE Success Center                                                             FAFSA Completion
   14,558     ACPE’s walk-in assistance center has two locations providing              42        College Goal Alaska assists students, in particular low-income,
              in-person and distance-based postsecondary planning                                 first-generation, and minority students, with FAFSA completion.
Individuals                                                                        College Goal
              services to communities across Alaska.
 Reached                                                                              Events
                   90 Communities Reached
                  410 Outreach Events
                 98% of Visitors Would Recommend Services
                                                                                     Grants & Scholarships
  Early Awareness Programs                                                                     Alaska Education Grant (AEG)
                                                                                      2,539      Need-based grants to eligible Alaska students at postsecondary
          I Know I Can (2nd Graders)
   2,750                                                                                         institutions in Alaska.
             Local alumni read an age-appropriate storybook introducing college.    Students
                                                                                                 41% are First Generation
             Students draw a picture of who they want to be when they grow up
 Students                                                                                       100% are from Low-Income Families
             on a postcard, which is mailed back to them two years later.
                 31% New Communities Participated
                 23% New School Districts Participated
                                                                                             Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS)
                                                                                      3,358    A merit-based scholarship (based on high school curriculum, GPA, and
          Kids2College (5th and 6th Graders)                                        Students   test scores) for Alaska students attending participating postsecondary
   2,335                                                                                       institutions in Alaska.
            Students learn about the benefits of college, college costs, and
            financial aid. The program includes a career panel and,                               97% Are fully prepared for college courses (needing no remediation)
 Students                                                                                           3x Graduation Rate of Non-recipients
            where possible, a field trip to a local campus.
                 24% Virtual and                                                                   *For data sources and further details on AEG/APS outcomes see acpe.alaska.gov/reports
                 76% In-Person Career Panels




                                                                                                                                                                 acpe.alaska.gov
                                                                                                                                                                 1-800-441-2962
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  Web-Based

             Alaska Career Information System (AKCIS)
                                                                                          “ Every  dollar awarded in an ASLC loan or
                                                                                            in a grant or scholarship … to a student at
  122,235     This online career and education exploration and planning program                the University of Alaska generates an
              is offered free to Alaskans from middle school students to adults.
              AKCIS is the #1 online tool in the state for the development of personal
                                                                                               economic benefit of $3.25. [ … ]
  Logins
              learning and career plans, with all 54 districts currently using AKCIS           The loans, scholarships, and grants
              with their students.
               380 Active Sites
                                                                                               administered by ACPE encourage
            62,849 Total Active Portfolios                                                     Alaska students to stay in Alaska for
                                                                                               postsecondary education and to enter the
                                                                                               Alaska workforce after graduation.
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            Financial Literacy Education
              ACPE provides webinars, videos, workshops, social media advertising,
                                                                                                                                                     ”
                                                                                                      – Public Works LLC, Alaska Division of Legislative Audit
  Topics
               and web content on relevant financial literacy topics.
                                                                                                        Performance Review, 2016



 Kids2College (5th and 6th Graders)                                                        Alaska Education Grant (AEG)
 “It is awesome in terms of how the information the kids                                  “It was helpful to me because I did not have to worry
 received was delivered. It got my child excited each week                                about how I was going to support my family while going
 to go and she would come back home bursting with                                         to school. The peace of mind provided by the grant is
 excitement and talking about what went on in the session.                                really what made my getting the degree possible. Without
 It was very insightful and informative.”                                                 all the funding I have received, I would not have been able
                                                                                          to go to school. I am a single mother of 3 and still need to
                        – Kids2College                                                    be able to support them. Thank you for the help in making
                          Raven Homeschool Participant’s Parent                           this a possibility.”
                                                                                                                                 – AEG Recipient



                                                                                         AEG Survey      61% say the AEG influenced their completion
acpe.alaska.gov                                                                                          48% say the AEG influenced their decision to attend full-time
1-800-441-2962
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Student Loan Related Services
The Arkansas Student Loan Authority (ASLA) is a state government agency established in 1977 to en-
hance access to higher education funding. The agency is funded with revenues generated from federal
student loan servicing contracts, administration of the agency’s federal student loan portfolio and con-
tracts to provide Default Management Services to Arkansas higher education institutions.



STUDENT LOAN HELP FOR ARKANSAS

ASLA partners with the Arkansas Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (AASFAA) to
manage Student Loan help for Arkansas. Student Loan Help was launched in April 2011 to help
student loan borrowers successfully navigate their way through the federal student loan
repayment system and to make a positive impact on the student loan default rate in Arkansas.

DEFAULT MANAGEMENT SERVICES
                                                                                                               41%
ASLA assists Arkansas colleges & universities in lowering their student loan                                  decrease
default rate. This program is having a serious impact on lowering Arkansas’                              in the Arkansas’s
overall student loan default rate which dropped from 19.0% to 11.2%                                         default rate
between 2013—2018 with an even lower rate expected in 2019.


ARKANSAS EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM

ASLA offers affordable private loans for undergrad and graduate students to supplement the
Federal Direct Loan Program. Family members and friends may also borrow on behalf of the
student. Borrowers may refinance both federal private loans under the Arkansas Education Loan
Program in order to lower their interest rate and take advantage of attritive repayments plans.

ADMINISTRATION OF FEDERAL STUDENT LOAN PORTFOLIO

ASLA owns and administers a federal family education loan portfolio. The loans were either
originated by ASLA or purchased from Arkansas lending institutions.


FEDERAL STUDENT LOAN SERVICING

ASLA participates in student loan servicing on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education; the
agency operates within a consortium of eight state-based student loan organizations. The
consortium was established for the sole purpose of creating an economies of scale necessary to
support the costs and requirements of the federal contract.



           For more information contact Amy Neathery at Arkansas Student Loan Authority.
                  Toll-free: 800.344.6030 · Office: 501.683.4130 · Cell: 501.765.8077 · Email: aneathery@asla.info

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College Planning Services
Fund My Future is a state-wide college planning service created to assist Arkansas
students in achieving their higher education goals. This service, sponsored by the
Arkansas Student Loan Authority, is a valuable source of college access and financial aid
information for students, parents and counselors.




HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE GUIDES

ASLA publishes “How to Pay for College” booklets each year for high school students,
with an emphasis on distribution to high school juniors & seniors and their parents. The
“How to Pay for College” booklet includes information on how to apply for federal and
state financial aid, college preparation checklists, tax benefits for parents, frequently
asked questions, college savings programs, & financial aid terms & online resources.


FUND MY FUTURE FREE SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH

ASLA’s college planning service, Fund My Future, provides students with comprehensive
financial planning information. The Fund My Future website (www.fundmyfuture.info)
houses a free scholarship search with more than 3,000 state and national scholarships.


WORKSHOPS & COLLEGE FAIRS

ASLA’s staff presents college planning information to students, counselors and parents at
financial aid workshops, college fairs, seminars and conferences throughout the state of
Arkansas. Advice and information on completing the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA), scholarships, grands and Arkansas state aid are topics also discussed in
the presentation.


R. PRESTON WOODRUFF, JR. SCHOLARSHIP

ASLA awards a minimum of twenty $1,000 scholarships each year to high school seniors
or college students that are residents of Arkansas.


THE COLLEGE QUIZ

ASLA offers an online quiz (www.thecollegequiz.com) that provides valuable information
to assist students with budgeting, navigating the financial aid process and managing
student loans.



 For more information contact Amy Neathery at Arkansas Student Loan Authority.
          Toll-free: 800.344.6030 · Office: 501.683.4130 · Cell: 501.765.8077 · Email: aneathery@asla.info

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CHESLA has originated
   48,960 loans and
 disbursed over $476           CHESLA was created by the State of Connecticut in 1982 to help students
million to help students                     and families finance the cost of higher education.
  finance their higher
       education.                                            CHESLA’s Mission
                               Expand higher educational opportunities and enhance the State’s economic
                                    development through higher education by providing cost-effective
                                 education financing programs and information resources to Connecticut
                                                    students, alumni and their families.
                                                              CHESLA’s Vision
                               Serve as Connecticut’s leading resource for students as they plan for their
                                     college education, not only by providing financing, but by providing
Since inception in 2015-      information and tools for students to make informed decisions; enhance the
 2016, CHESLA’s Need-               competitiveness of Connecticut institutions of higher education by
   Based Scholarship              providing grants and additional financing options; encourage interest in
 Program has disbursed          higher education to help the State meet its workforce needs; and enhance
      $6.7 million to             economic development through innovative higher education programs.
Connecticut institutions.
 This has helped 3,885             CHESLA’s refinance loan
   students fund their              program (Refi CT) has                 CHESLA partnered with other
    higher education.               disbursed about $6.4                state agencies on CT Dollars and
                                                                         Sense, a one-stop shop to help
                                           million.                     students and families plan, save,
                                                                               and pay for college.
                                                                            ctdollarsandsense.com


                         Our Values:
         Excellent Service, Respect, Can-Do Attitude,
           Transparency, Professionalism, Integrity
                                                                         Since 2014, CHESLA has
                                                                             given $16,400 in
                                                                         scholarships to students
                                                                          at Connecticut College
                                                                            Goal Sunday sites.


              VISIT CHESLA.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION                                                          5
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GSFC Outreach: Dedicated to Spreading Financial Aid Awareness
                                                                                                                 GSFC’s outreach team meets with school counselors, students and parents in traditional settings
                                                                                                                 such as schools, libraries and community centers. But they’ve also been known to meet families at
                                                                                                                 Starbucks, McDonald’s or Chick-fil-A to help complete a FAFSA or answer questions about financial aid
                                                                                                                 and preparing to pay for college.
  The Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) helps Georgia                                                                                                   Outreach Activities3
students access postsecondary education through the financial aid                                                                               Financial Aid Events: 2,800+               Attendees: 117,000+
 programs we administer and the educational services we provide.
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                                                                                                                     July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018



                                                                                                                                                    Georgia’s College Connector: Guide to College & Career Success
 Scholarships, Grants and Loans: Helping Georgians Pay for College


                                                                                                                              One of GSFC’s most popular resources is Georgia’s College
                                               When it comes to going to college, financial aid can make all                  Connector. It is a magazine-style booklet full of valuable
                                               the difference. GSFC administers 20 lottery- and state-funded                  tips, hints and resources to encourage college and career
                                               programs to help Georgians pay for their postsecondary                         success. The Connector includes grade-specific checklists,
                                               education. In FY 2018, GSFC awarded almost $817 million                        profiles of the financial aid programs GSFC administers, a
                                               to more than 232,000 recipients across all of its financial aid                glossary of financial aid terminology, and much more.
                                               programs.




                                                                                                                                                                                      REACH Georgia: Changing Lives!
 GAfutures.org: Valuable Resource to Plan, Apply and Pay for College
                                                                                                                 GSFC administers REACH Georgia, a unique scholarship and mentoring
                                                              GAfutures is Georgia’s free online resource        program to assist academically promising, low income students. With
                                                              loaded with tools and information that make the    academic and social support from 8th grade to high school graduation and
                                                              process of searching, applying and paying for      beyond, REACH Scholars, who meet program requirements, can earn up to a
                                                              college easier.                                    $10,000 scholarship for their college education. Learn more at reachga.org.


 State Programs                 Federal Aid Programs             College Planning           Career Exploration
                                                                                                                                                               Path2College 529 Plan: Reducing the Cost of College
                                                                                                                 Marketing Georgia’s Path2College 529 Plan is another way GSFC is
                                                                                                                 educating families about planning to pay for college. Last year, almost
 FAFSA Completion in Georgia: Raising Awareness and Completion Rates                                             18,000 accounts were opened, bringing the total number of accounts
                                                                                                                 in Georgia to almost 163,000. And Georgians are not just opening
    GSFC actively promotes the importance of FAFSA completion through events across the state. Working           accounts, they’re contributing - $347.5 million in 2018. Learn more about
    directly with schools having low FAFSA completion, along with schools that are FAFSA completion              Path2College at path2college529.com.
    champions, colleges and community organizations, GSFC plays an integral role in increasing FAFSA
    completion in Georgia. For the 2018-2019 FAFSA, Georgia ranked ninth in year-over-year percent change
    and twenty-second in seniors completing the FAFSA.1

                                               FAFSA Activities2                                                                                                                                                 Be Social
                         FAFSA Completion                              Assisted with 1,700+ FAFSA                                            facebook.com/GAfutures                            twitter.com/GAfutures
                         Events: 420                                   submissions at events                                                 facebook.com/REACHGA                              twitter.com/REACHGA
                                                                                                                                             facebook.com/Path2College529                      twitter.com/Path2College529
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        NCAN Form Your Future FAFSA Tracker        2
                                                       July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018
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Midwestern University health professions students face important and challenging personal
and financial decisions throughout their enrollment and after graduation.

The Sensible Strategies Financial Literacy Program developed by the Office of Student Financial
Services provides students with multiple programs aimed at helping them build a strong foundation
to handle complex financial decisions.

PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

Sensible Strategies includes a variety of opportunities to learn more about financial decision-making
through the use of presentations and workshops that include one-on-one and group discussions,
special events hosted with external financial professionals, and web-based tools to develop financial
strategies and a personal repayment plan. All of the presentations, workshops, events, and extra
credit resources are provided without charge.

In the 2018-19 Academic Year, nearly 3,700 students have voluntarily participated in various
presentations and workshops on both our Illinois and Arizona campuses.




                                                                     www.midwestern.edu

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Established in 1979 as a private, nonprofit corporation, Iowa
                                   Helped                  Student Loan helps Iowa students and families obtain the resources
                                                           necessary to succeed in postsecondary education. Based in West Des

                            392,500                        Moines, Iowa, the organization provides an array of financial literacy
                                                           and responsible borrowing tools, community reinvestment programs,
                                                           including support for free college planning services for students and
                              students pay for             families, and borrower benefits. For more information about Iowa Student
                                  college                  Loan, visit www.IowaStudentLoan.org.




Student Loan Game Plan                                                     College Funding Forecaster
                                              22,417 users/
All applicants for supplemental private         applicants                 The College Funding Forecaster helps students and
student loans, and their cosigners,                                        families understand how to plan for funding college over
experience the online financial counseling                                 the entire course of their career, not just the first year. The
feature called Student Loan Game PlanSM.                                   tool uses information from a user’s freshman financial aid
                                                   12.4% reduced           award packet to project college costs for four years as well
                                                    their planned          as the potential college funding gap and the potential
                                                     borrowing             student loan debt.
                                                         level
                                                                           In 2018, two Iowa high school seniors received $1,500
                                             $8.5 Million                  college scholarships and 20 additional students received
                                              total loan                   $250 awards through a program requiring completion of
             data from 2012–2015             reductions                    the College Funding Forecaster tool.

                                                                                                                   $8,000
                                                All data from 2012-2018
                                                                                                            total amount awarded
     ROCI Reality Check
                                                                                                                    4,573
     ROCI Reality Check provides information on the                                                                 tool visits
     return on college investment, or ROCI, students can
                                                                                                             July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018
     expect from degrees of specific majors.
     Users see information on:                                               Grad Degree Gauge
        • Jobs tied to specific majors.
        • Starting salaries for common jobs.                                 The Grad Degree Gauge is designed to help students
        • Potential for future job openings.                                 who are thinking about either moving directly from
        • Required training and responsibilities for jobs.                   undergraduate to graduate education or returning to
                                                                             school from the workforce.
Parent Handbook
The Parent Handbook is a module of valuable                                  The tool allows users to:
tips to help families of students in sixth           3,741 visits               `` C
                                                                                    ompare expected earnings between current
through 12th grades prepare for success in                                         degrees and additional grad degrees.
collge and other postsecondary options. The                                     `` W
                                                                                    eigh the expected borrowing level and cost
Handbook addresses common questions and July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018                 to attain a graduate degree against estimated
provides a roadmap for academic and financial                                      earnings.
success. Users choose the topics they are most interested in at
their students’ current stage and may request additional detailed               `` E xplore career opportunities for those with the
information on any topic covered.                                                   desired graduate degree.

                                                                                                  ©2019 Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corporation®
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Supporting Free Community Programs
Iowa Student Loan uses available corporate resources for community reinvestment programs
supporting its mission each year. Approved annually by the board of directors, this figure
represents the budgeted total dedicated to community reinvestment programs mentioned here.


                                                                               ICAN Support
College Planning and Community Outreach
                                                                               Iowa Student Loan provides continued significant
An integral part of our mission is ensuring that underserved populations       financial support to ICAN, formerly known as Iowa
in Iowa have access to the resources they need to succeed in                   College Access Network, offering free college planning
postsecondary education. In pursuit of this, we seek out opportunities to      services statewide.
reach these families and work with other organizations that have access
to these populations and help fill gaps in outreach and resources.
                                                                                       6,656          FAFSAs completed
   `` B
       y Degrees Foundation
      Iowa Student Loan sponsors financial literacy events for parents
      of students attending Findley Elementary in Des Moines. The
      By Degrees Foundation program works to help disadvantaged
                                                                                     825,000          customers served

      families begin to imagine the possibilities of college – a dream that
      can often seem out of reach for students.
                                                                                         99%          Iowa high schools receiving
                                                                                                      in-person ICAN support
   `` U
       I REACH
      The University of Iowa REACH Program is a two-year transitional
      certificate program for students with muliple intellectual, cognitive
      and learning disabilities. Iowa Student Loan provides $10,000 to
      fund a scholarship for one or more Iowa students.                          Senior Scholarship
   `` K
       irkwood Community College Focused Skill Training Program                 The Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge: Senior
      Kirkwood Focused Skill Training (FST) supports students with               Scholarship program provides the top scoring
      autism who are pursuing two-year degrees and certificates. Iowa            students on an assessment, related to Student
      Student Loan helped fund acquisition of software and other                 Loan Game Plan and ROCI Reality Check, a $2,000
      program costs enhancing services for FST students.                         scholarship. Each winner’s school district receives
   `` I SU 4U Promise                                                           a corresponding award to enhance financial
       ISU 4U Promise Community Alliance helps community                         literacy programs or scholarships.
       organizations, agencies and businesses participate in
       programming. Iowa Student Loan works with Iowa State University
       to maintain a college-going pathway for youth attending King and                                            12,700+
       Moulton elementary schools in Des Moines.                                                                students registered


                                                                                                                       130
                                                                                                              scholarships awarded
Save Now, Save Later
The Save Now, Save Later: College Savings Plan Parent Giveaway gives                                               $240,000
Iowa parents a chance to win a deposit into a College Savings Iowa®                                           in scholarships awarded
account for their student. Completion of the Parent Handbook is a
required contest element.
                                                                                                                    $45,000
                                                                                                                 awarded to Iowa
     11,791                                          $220,000                                                      high schools
    total parents                 180                total amount
                              total deposits                                                                     data from 2014–2018
     registered                                        awarded
                                awarded
                                                         data from 2014–2018


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To develop and coordinate projects, programs and workshops which provide resources
  for FAFSA comple on and college access, and statewide outreach ini a ves to help
             assure students’ success on their path to and during college.


      3,145               Lela representa ves assisted over 3,000 students across
                          Louisiana in crea ng their FSA ID and submi ng their
  STUDENTS                FAFSA. Over 1,000 were assisted through Lela’s FAFSA
                          HELPline.



       110                 Lela representa ves worked with high school counselors

    EVENTS
                           statewide to coordinate and conduct over 100 FAFSA
                           Comple on events on their campus.




    $15,000               Lela awarded $15,000 in scholarships to Louisiana high
                          school seniors through various outreach campaigns and
SCHOLARSHIPS              random drawings.




   55,000 in              Lela provided 55,000 FAFSA Comple on and College Planning
PUBLICATIONS              Guides to Louisiana students and offered an electronic Plan‐
                          ning and Paying for College Guides to Louisiana parents.



          Lela College Planning Center · www.lela.org · FAFSA HELPline (844) GO FAFSA
             2237 South Acadian Thruway, Suite 603 · Baton Rouge, LA 70808
             Tricia Dubroc, VP Student Loans and Administra on ‐ dubroc@lela.org
                Joni M. Leggio, AVP Marke ng and Outreach ‐ leggio@lela.org
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ABOUT MEFA                                                        MEFA’S RESOURCES
For over 35 years, MEFA’s        mefa.org                                      mefapathway.org
unmatched expertise,             MEFA’s website serves as a                    MEFA’s free, online college and
comprehensive guidance,          roadmap to help families plan for
                                 college and reach financial goals.
                                                                               career planning tool allows middle
                                                                               and high school students and
and diverse products and         Parents, students, counselors, and            their parents to explore interests
                                 college administrators can access             and talents in order to build
service offerings have been      a comprehensive financial literacy            academic and career plans. Skills
helping students and families    curriculum with videos, calculators,
                                 timelines, podcasts, and a wide
                                                                               assessments, interactive interviews,
                                                                               comprehensive college and career
in Massachusetts and beyond      range of detailed information to              planning information, and so much
                                 help with future plans. MEFA’s                more are available to help students
plan for the future.             College Planning Tool helps                   create a personal profile to dream
                                 families create a personal strategy           big and plan for the future.
                                 to pay for college costs.
MEFA’s mission, since its
founding in 1982, has been
to help students and families    In-Person Community Seminars                  Webinars
access and afford higher         MEFA’s in-person seminar program,             MEFA currently offers over 50
                                 offered in collaboration with high            webinars annually for families
education and reach financial    schools and organizations across              and school counselors to provide
goals through education          the Commonwealth, provides 600
                                 presentations each year on saving
                                                                               education and guidance on each step
                                                                               of planning for college and reaching
programs, tax-advantaged         for college, college admissions,              financial goals. Topics include
                                 financial aid, paying the college bill,       saving for college, understanding
savings plans, low-cost loans,   and saving for disability-related             the FAFSA, paying the college bill,
and expert guidance. All of      expenses.                                     managing loan repayment, and
                                                                               saving for disability-related expenses.
MEFA’s work aligns with the
ever-present goal to support
the independence, growth,                                                      Professional Development Trainings
                                 Participation in FAFSA Day Massachusetts
and success of students and                                                    MEFA’s in-person trainings for school
                                 MEFA has been a long-standing,
families.                        proud supporter of Massachusetts              counselors, college administrators,
                                 FAFSA Day, the state’s College                and community influencers provide
                                 Goal Sunday program, working                  important updates, comprehensive
                                 directly with students and families           guidance, and free resources on the
  (800) 449 - MEFA (6332)        on FAFSA completion.                          college financing process, financial
                                                                               aid, and college savings.
 collegeplanning@mefa.org

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Higher Ed for One Minnesota
         The Minnesota Office of Higher Education is a cabinet-level state agency providing
          students with financial aid programs and information to help them gain access to
      postsecondary education. We also serve as the state’s clearinghouse for data, research and
              analysis on postsecondary enrollment, financial aid, finance and trends.




                   MINNESOTA STATE GRANT PROGRAM

                                    Making college affordable.
Minnesota’s largest financial aid program that awards up to $208 million (projected FY 2019) in need-
based grants to Minnesotans attending eligible colleges and universities. In 2019-2020, the Program
will increase its funding to prioritize affordability for low and middle-income students. In addition, the
Minnesota Dream Act awards need-based financial aid to undocumented students who are Minnesota
                                    residents and meet specific criteria.


                                               2018
                                                                                            485
MN state grants
   awarded to                    Total funds
                                   granted
                                                              Average
                                                            sum of state                  dreamers
                                                                                        were awarded
                                                               grants
     80,793                      $194.02                      awarded                    in average
      college                      million                   $2,401                       $2,951
     students                                                                          in state grants




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HOW OUR PROGRAMS WORK FOR MINNESOTANS



Minnesota SELF Loan                                              MN Reconnect
SELF Loan is a long-term, low-interest student loan. Because     The MN Reconnect program helps adult learners re-enroll and
the SELF Loan is administered by a state agency, the interest    complete their college education. Support such as dedicated
rates may be lower than private loans and some federal loans.    advising, financial assistance and improved campus services are
                                                                 offered to help students successfully complete their program
Minnesota SELF Refi                                              and earn their degree.
SELF Refi is a student loan refinancing program available to
Minnesota residents who completed a postsecondary course         Dual Training Grant
of study and meet the credit criteria. SELF Refi could reduce    By combining on-the-job training with classroom learning,
the amount of interest paid and/or provide a more manageable     Dual Training grants help employers develop their workforce,
monthly payment amount.                                          while providing employees the benefit of earning a paycheck
                                                                 while they learn new skills to be successful at their current job
Get Ready                                                        or into the future.
An early intervention and college awareness program that
helps students in middle and high school from low-income         Intervention for College Attendance
backgrounds and communities of color realize their aspirations   The Intervention for College Attendance Program (ICAP)
through education and career advancement.                        provides grants to programs that foster academic success and
                                                                 ensure underrepresented students are prepared for college
                                                                 and a career.




                    Our mission is to support the pursuit and completion of a higher education credential
                    by every Minnesotan, regardless of race, gender, or socio-economic status, in order to
                     enhance our democracy, the State’s economic vitality, and individual quality of life.




Minnesota Goes to College                                        Summer Academic Enrichment Program
This engagement program comprises two statewide campaigns        Summer vacation takes a toll on students’ knowledge and
around college knowledge and readiness. The goal is to provide   skills; low-income students are especially vulnerable to this
every graduating high school senior with the preparation,        summer melt, and, over years, find it difficult to catch up. The
opportunity, and support needed to apply to college. The         Summer Academic Enrichment Program allow low-income
program intendedly reaches out to students of color, first-      elementary and secondary students to attend an approved
generation students, and low-income students.                    academic summer program. These rigorous learning programs
                                                                 help them improve their academic skills and prepare them to
                                                                 continue their education after high school.
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                   @MNOfficeofHigherEd
                                                                 Minnesota College Savings Plan
                                                                 This state-sponsored, tax-advantaged 529 college savings
                   MNOfficeHiEd                                  plan helps families and individuals plan for the cost of higher
                                                                 education.
                   @mnofficehighered



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Established in 1982 and based in St. Louis, Missouri, MOHELA is
                                                                   dedicated to providing world-class customer service for the 2.3
                                                                   million customers and students whose loans we manage. As a
                                                                   knowledgeable and approachable go-to resource for account
       633 Spirit Drive | Chesterfield, MO 63005                   information and repayment options, we provide the tools to help
            888.866.4352 | mohela.com                              students successfully repay their student loan.



Customized, Personalized Assistance
MOHELA uses a high-touch approach to educate student loan borrowers and help borrowers with transactions throughout
the life of their loan. This includes helping borrowers while they are in school, as they enter grace and prepare to enter
repayment, during repayment and as they pay off their loans. When borrowers are unable to afford their monthly payments,
our Student Loan Counselors use a comprehensive call flow to explore options for lowering and postponing payments.

For example, when income-driven repayment plans are determined to be one of the best options for the borrower, a
Counselor will prefill the repayment plan request and send the application to the borrower to sign and return with income
documentation. Borrowers can choose
to have their prefilled application
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                                                                         We not only ensure borrowers have the information
                                  To date, MOHELA has                    and tools to successfully repay their student loans, we
                                 contributed more than                   contribute financial support to help students pursue
                                                                         higher education.
                                         443 million
                                   in programs & efforts                 • Contributed                           • Donated over $50.3
                                                                           $245 million to                         million to the Missouri
                                  designed to help ease                    higher education                        Scholarship and Loan
                                 the burden of financing                   institutions                            Foundation to provide
                                                                         • Funded 70.5 million in                  innovative products
                                     higher education.                                                             and services to help
                                                                           student scholarships
                                                                                                                   students, particularly
                                                                         • Provided                                those with insufficient
                                                                           commercial                              financial resources,
                                                                           borrowers benefits                      to prepare for, enter
                                                                           through reduced                         into and successfully
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                                                                           over $48 million in                     education
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The Foundation currently has three programs
                                                                             helping Missouri students to persist to
                                                                                          graduation


                                                                                          moslf.org

Missouri Family Education Loan Program (MOFELP)

MOFELP is an interest free, fee free loan available to help students who may not have the financial resources but have the
academic potential to succeed in higher education. MOFELP is filling the gap many Missouri students face when they receive their
student award letters. More than $4.8 million in loans were disbursed in fiscal year 2018 and the program has nearly doubled in
size each year since its inception.

Director’s Choice Grant Program

This program is a valued tool for Missouri financial aid directors. Financial aid directors sometimes have students facing emergency
situations – sometimes a small award can make a big impact for students facing an urgent situation. This program is intended to
help those students stay in school through a difficult time and persist to graduation.

Approximately $138,000 in small, emergency grants were funded in fiscal year 2017 and $158,825 in fiscal year 2018 to Missouri
students attending Missouri public four-year institutions, community colleges and the State Technical College of Missouri.

Additionally, data was collected to measure the effectiveness of this grant program. Since the beginning of the program in 2012,
82 percent of students who received this emergency grant were either still in school or had graduated. This information reinforces
and supports that these awards are making a positive impact for Missouri students.

Purdy Emerging Leaders Scholarship

This program, named in honor of Allan Walker Purdy, is intended to provide
merit-based scholarships to Missouri’s emerging leaders who are outstanding
students and have a need for additional resources for higher education. This
scholarship supports candidates who demonstrate academic merit, strong
leadership potential and exceptional character.

Additionally, these students have a vision, are eager to make their
contribution to the world and have the work ethic to bring their dreams to
fruition. The selection process includes a review of the candidate’s community
involvement, cumulative GPA, leadership achievements, values and reference
commentaries, among other criteria.

In the 2017-2018 academic year, there were approximately $347,040 in
scholarships, and those are renewable for up to three years.




   $17.2 million in loans have been disbursed since
                       MOFELP began in 2014

       $500,000 in Director’s Choice Grants have been
                      funded since 2015

              $887,040 Purdy Emerging Leaders Scholarships have
                           been awarded since the scholarship
                           began in 2016


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Reach Higher Montana, the public
benefit arm of the Montana Higher
                                                     Since 2000, our programs have provided over
Education Student Assistance                         $38 million in public benefits to students and families.
Corporation (MHESAC), guides,                        Public Benefit Programs Include:
prepares, and supports Montana
students with inspiration,                           Statewide Outreach Services
information, and resources for                       Reach Higher Montana Advisors located
                                                     in Helena, Billings, Butte, Great Falls,
college. Through a variety of                        Missoula and Kalispell work locally to
programs, Reach Higher Montana                       assist high school students with planning,
works with students and their                        preparing and paying for college.
families to explore college options                  Specific services include:                               Reach Higher Montana
and develop strategies to fund their                      FAFSA completion assistance                         Scholarships provide $1,000
higher education pursuits. From                                                                               awards to Montana students
                                                          Financial aid presentations for                     pursuing, or hoping to pursue,
expert assistance completing the                          parents of high school students                     college in Montana. Some
Free Application for Federal Student                      Education finance planning                          of the scholarships are awarded
Aid (FAFSA), to scholarship search                        Scholarship searches and assistance                 to graduating seniors, and some
resources and our own scholarship                                                                                                are awarded to
                                                          Involvement in community efforts to
funding, Reach Higher Montana’s                           help more students prepare for college.        $897,000                 continuing
                                                                                                                                  college
program staff and advisors connect                                                                       delivered                students.
students to tools and funding so that
financial barriers to college are                             Scholly Partnership
eliminated or greatly reduced.                                Reach Higher Montana

                                                                                                                        28,000
                                                              sponsors access to                    Reach Higher
                                                              Scholly, an innovative                Montana
                                                              nationwide scholarship                FAFSA help          students served
                                                              search tool. To date,                 helps students
Reach Higher Montana was established                          Montana students have                 and parents successfully complete the
July 1, 2016, as an initiative of the Montana                 reported scholarship wins             Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Higher Education Student Assistance                           through Scholly valued at             (FAFSA) ahead of the early application
                                                                                                    deadlines for Montana schools.
Corporation (MHESAC). Prior to July 1, 2016,
the programs comprising Reach Higher Montana                  $396,000.
were delivered through Student Assistance
Foundation (SAF). Today, MHESAC contracts                                                           Reach Higher Montana Summit for
with SAF to operate its programs in Reach Higher                                                    Youth in Foster Care provides eligible
Montana. Both MHESAC and Student Assistance                    $5,000
                                                               per year for eligible
                                                                                                    foster youths a with meaningful college
                                                                                                    preparation experience held on a college
Foundation have long histories supporting college                                                   campus each summer. In addition to
access and success, and Reach Higher Montana                   foster youth                         staying on campus and learning about
is the next evolution of the organizations’ shared                                                  personal financial management, college
commitment to student success.                               Foster Care                            success strategies, and communication,
                                                             Education and Training                 each college-bound participant receives
                                                             Vouchers provide up to                 a new laptop for college. For students
                                                             $5,000 per year for eligible           pursuing other forms of postsecondary
                                                             college-bound students who             education, life skills packages are
                                                             have “aged-out” of the foster          provided to help them acquire any
                                                             care system. In addition to            necessary tools and equipment.
                                                             financial support, Reach
                                                             Higher Montana helps these
                                                             students complete the FAFSA,
                                                                                                                          Reach Higher
                                                             search for scholarships, and
                                                             provides a trusted resource
                                                                                                      Starting            Montana will
                                                             for questions that may arise             July 1, 2019        embark on a new
                                                             after the students transition                               strategic direction.
          ReachHigherMontana.org                             to college.                            This will change the focus of our programs
          (877)COLG4ME (265-4463)                                                                   to college and career awareness, with
                                                                                                    special emphasis on serving Montana’s
          Follow us                                                                                 most rural communities.
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COMMUNITY IMPACT CONTINUUM
                                                                                                OF K-16 SERVICES & PROGRAMS
                                                                                                 (2017-2018 academic year)
                                     Over 23,400 New Hampshire residents benefitted from our services.*

                                                                                    COLLEGE PREPARATION AND COLLEGE FINANCING
                                                                                                                                              239 presentations, reaching nearly 9,000 NH residents
                                                                                    PRESENTATIONS
                                                                                                                                              – Financial Aid, College Prep for Juniors, Paying for
                                                                                    Presentations at 100% of the public high school in NH,
                                                                                                                                              College 101
                                                                                    as well many of the private high schools

                                                                                    COLLEGE PREPARATION AND FINANCING/FUNDING
                                                                                    OPTIONS APPOINTMENTS                                      *Nearly 400 appointments with 758 attendees
                                                                                    Expert counseling from NHHEAF college counselors


                                                                                    FILE-A-FAFSA PROGRAM
                                                                                    free assistance filing the Free Application for Federal   *Over 870 FAFSAs filed; 1,376 attendees by CCP Staff
                                                                                    Student Aid (FAFSA)in Concord offices



                                                                                    DESTINATION COLLEGESM                                     Over 1,000 high school juniors and their parents
                                                                                    Annual signature college planning event                   registered. (2018 marked the 19th annual event)


                                                                                    I AM COLLEGE BOUND/I APPLIED!
                                                                                    State Coordinator of state’s in the American College      34 public high schools – 1,356 high school seniors
                                                                                    Application Campaign (ACAC), encouraging low-             (about 25% of all seniors at these high schools
                                                                                    income, first-generation high school seniors to submit    participated) – 3,365 college applications submitted
                                                                                    at least one college admission application during a       (85% of all applications were to to NH schools)
                                                                                    particular school day.
                                                                                    COLLEGE SUMMER BOOTCAMP
                                                                                    Four-hour workshops offered during the summer at
                                                                                    the NHHEAF campus to assist rising high school seniors
                                                                                                                                              (Over 120 attendees in July-August 2017)
                                                                                    embarking upon the college admissions process in a
                                                                                    relaxed, small-group setting with the support of our
                                                                                    college counselors.
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                                                                                    TOLL-FREE COLLEGE PLANNING HOTLINE
                                                                                    Free telephone support to answer college planning &       Over 3,400 inbound calls.
                                                                                    financial aid/funding options questions

                                                                                                                                              Delivery of 2 classroom programs for 7th and 8th
                                                                                    GEAR-UP NH SUBGRANTEE
                                                                                                                                              grade students in group, also 3 Discover U events,
                                                                                    Support state’s first Gear-Up program in seven
                                                                                                                                              2 staff tranings, and 6 Early College Planning K-8
                                                                                    communities with college access programming
                                                                                                                                              programs for parents.


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Helping New Hampshire Families Plan and Pay for College Since 1962.                                                                                                         followers and publications distributed.



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COMMUNICATIONS OUTREACH
                                                     VARSITY LETTER (for parents, students, & school
                                                     counselors)
                                                     Monthly e-newsletter provides timely tips, scholarship   Over 6,200 Varsity Letter subscribers
                                                     information, and details about free upcoming
                                                     programs and events.
                                                                                                              Facebook - 2,325 Likes
                                                     SOCIAL MEDIA
                                                                                                              Twitter - 2,635 Followers
                                                     Daily posts with college planning information
                                                                                                              LinkedIn - 172 Followers (weekly)


                                                                                        SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
                                                     COLLEGE EQUALS OPPORTUNITY (CEO) PROGRAM
                                                                                                              *$400,000 Awarded Since Inception to 101 NH
                                                     Annual scholarship opportunity for outstanding
                                                                                                              college sophomores and juniors
                                                     NH resident college student leaders.


                                                                               SUPPORT FOR SCHOOL COUNSELORS
                                                     SCHOOL COUNSELOR TRAININGS
                                                     Comprehensive trainings to support K-12
                                                                                                              *5 Trainings; 129 attendees
                                                     students in aspiring, planning and affording
                                                     postsecondary education.
                                                     FREE COLLEGE PLANNING CURRICULUM
                                                                                                              *9 programs offered, over 60 programs
                                                     “Train the Trainer” program with detailed lesson
                                                                                                              downloaded; expected to reach over 6,000
                                                     plans and materials allows K-12 school counselors
                                                                                                              K-12 students. Most popular: “Are you Smarter
                                                     to deliver college access programming
                                                                                                              Than a 12th Grader?” & College Jeopardy
                                                     throughout the year.
                                                     FREE COLLEGE PLANNING MATERIALS
                                                     Including File-Your-FAFSA poster, College Guru’s
                                                     Suggested College Planning Timeline
                                                     SCHOOL COUNSELOR QUARTERLY
                                                     Each e-newsletter provides timely tips,
                                                     scholarship information, national news and               *Over 900 subscribers
                                                     details about free upcoming programs and
                                                     events.
                                                     I’M GOING TO COLLEGE MONTH
                                                     Statewide college awareness campaign which
                                                     includes celebration ideas for K-12 schools to
                                                     create/support a college-going culture.


                                                     SUPPORT FOR ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS AND FAMILIES
                                                     NEW HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE CLUB
                                                     Educational, fun and interactive site that
                                                     promotes early college awareness to NH
                                                     students.
                                                     EARLY COLLEGE PLANNING PRESENTATION AND
2018-2019 Edition




                                                     GUIDE
                                                     Designed especially to give NH parents                   8 presentations reaching 165 parents.
                     PLANNING
                      your CHILD’S
                       for


                    EDUCATION
                                                     guidance on preparing for their children’s future
                                                     educational goals.
                      Early College Planning Guide




                                                       Helping New Hampshire Families Plan and Pay for College Since 1962.

                                                                              nhheaf.org • 888.747.2382, x119

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