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  • Two members of the Iowa Student Loan Board of Directors write an op-ed in The Des Moines Register stating that Congress should retain the tax provision helping Iowans pay for college.

  • Dr. Carl Rollins will retire on December 31, 2017, as head of Kentucky's state student financial aid agencies. He was named Executive Director of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority and Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation in 2013. He has been with the agencies for 16 years. NCHER congratulates Carl on his retirement and for his strong support of Kentucky's students and families!

  •  ECMC Group announced that its Board of Directors appointed Jeremy J. Wheaton as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Wheaton also was elected to the Board of Directors of ECMC Group, ECMC Foundation, and Zenith Education Group.

  • NCHER Board of Directors Member Michael Nemelka, President of the New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation, writes an op-ed in The Albuquerque Journal that tax reform should aid student loan borrowers.

  • The Gazette highlights Iowa Student Loan in an article that explains all first-year students at Iowa’s public universities are now required to take a financial literacy course.

  • Inceptia, a leader in helping schools and students navigate the student loan landscape, has been named an Ellucian partner. In this role, Inceptia will bring extended support to schools, making it simpler for financial aid administrators to outsource key functions while saving them time and money.

  • Joe Wood, President and Chief Executive Officer of INvestEd, writes an op-ed in The Journal Gazette explaining that tax-exempt Qualified Student Loan Bonds—a program to help control college costs—is threatened as Congressional leaders tackle tax reform.

  • For the second consecutive year, Inceptia and NerdWallet have partnered to create a free eGuide, “Great Advice for Parents.” The guide, which features a collection of articles from NerdWallet’s experts, is intended to provide parents and students with valuable information regarding college planning and finances.

  • According to a blog from iGrad’s The Bridge, NCAA student-athletes now have an online financial awareness platform that provides them with tips on how to be more fiscally responsible in college, while also preparing them for financial decisions that may impact them after graduation.

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