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ED Announces Training for Title IV Calculation

ED Posts Information Collection Request

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Event Calendar

Contact OGSLP if there's an event you’d like us to highlight.

2009-10 State System Academic Calendar

September 15
FSA Webinar: General Title IV and Non-Loan Programmatic Issues Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

September 17-18
Encyclo-Media Conference
Oklahoma City

December 1-4
Federal Student Aid (FSA) Conference
Nashville, TN

December 7-11
2009 SWASFAA Conference

There's Something (Special) About Mary

Mary Mowdy

Mary Mowdy, OGSLP's Executive Director, will retire on Sept. 30 after 14 years with the agency and three decades of service in higher education and financial aid.

>> Read more about Mary's retirement

OGSLP Unveils Redesigned Publication

Are You Looking for Money Publication

OGSLP's flagship publication, Are You Looking for Money?, has a fresh new look! The publication, designed for high school students and their parents, provides information about Federal Stafford and Federal PLUS loans, the application process, loan limits, interest rates and repayment.

>> Read more about Are You Looking for Money?

Encyclo-Media Participants Preview UCanGo2 Toolkit

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Counselors attending the State Department of Education's Encyclo-Media Conference later this month will be among the first to receive a sneak peek at OGSLP's new toolkit for high school counselors.

>> Read more about UCanGo2

Cohort Analysis: Identify Borrower Characteristics and Trends

Looking to learn more about your school's defaulted borrower population? OGSLP offers a cohort analysis service as part of our ongoing default prevention efforts.

>> Read more about our default prevention services

September is College Savings Month

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If you're a parent, you understand that saving for college can be difficult, especially with competing priorities in your monthly budget.

>> Read more about College Savings Month

Draft 2010-11 FAFSA Released

On Sept. 4, the Department of Education released a draft of the 2010-11 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A summary of FAFSA changes is also available.

Comments, ideas and suggestions about the FAFSA will be accepted through Nov. 4, 2009. To submit a comment electronically, e-mail

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Making Work "Work": Resources for Busy Professionals

Praise is welcome anywhere, right?

>> Read tips for effectively praising your staff