March 11, 2010
What Do You Think of OGSLP?
At OGSLP, we set our goals high for customer satisfaction. We ask for your valuable input on our customer survey.
Draft Cohort Default Rate Wrong? Challenge it!
Any school that believes its draft Cohort Default Rate (CDR) contains inaccurate information may challenge it and request verification of the information and correction of any errors.
UCanGo2 High School Counselor Kit
As you've read in previous editions of the Online News, we’ve been hard at work developing new products and tools for our college access and outreach program, UCanGo2. We're happy to introduce our newest product to make your job easier … the High School Counselor Toolkit!
Obama's 2011 Budget: Proposed Student Loan Reforms
In his Jan. 27, 2010 State of the Union address, the President urged the Senate to adopt the House-passed Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act (SAFRA). In the event SAFRA or other student loan legislation is passed, OGSLP's mission is to continue to provide advocacy services including college outreach, financial literacy and default prevention to Oklahoma schools and borrowers.
IBR Implementation Guide Posted
For your convenience, Version 2.0 of NCHELP’s Income-Based Repayment (IBR) Implementation Guide has been posted under the ‘Industry Resources’ section of OGSLP’s HEOA Legislation Web page.
We’ll continue to keep you informed about legislative activity and encourage you to visit our Legislation Page often to view important updates and access more detailed information. If you have questions, please contact our Policy, Compliance and Training department at 405.234.4432, 800.247.0420 (toll-free) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Countdown Events Helped Hundreds of Students and Parents
Through this series of coordinated campus events, prospective students, parents and high school counselors received our new outreach materials and visited campuses to learn more about preparing financially for college.
Negotiated Rulemaking Reaches Impasse
After three negotiated rulemaking sessions over several months, there was no consensus for Team 1 – Program Integrity Issues.
Making Work "Work": Resources for Busy Professionals
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