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  • ConServe announced that its employees receive a remarkable amount of complimentary correspondence from consumers. In fact, ConServe started tracking the number of compliments it received in 2015 as both a validation of the positive impact it makes on people’s lives and as an incentive to continue empowering people through education, compassion, and helpfulness.  The “compliments counter,” proudly displayed on its website as a testimonial of its commitment to Fostering Financial Freedom®, has recently surpassed the 50K milestone.

  • New Hampshire high school juniors and their parents seeking college admissions and financial aid planning information are encouraged to register for the 18th Annual Destination College Event, to be held at Plymouth State University on Saturday, March 18, 2018. This free college planning convention, hosted by The NHHEAF Network Organizations, features a variety of workshops as well as a college fair with nearly 70 colleges and universities in attendance.

  • Assets Securitization Report says that SoFi is marketing its first offering of the year of bonds based by loans refinancing the student loan debt of borrowers with advanced degrees and high incomes. The $720.1 million SoFi Professional Loan Program 2018-A is only slightly smaller than its final deal of 2017.

  •  iGrad announced that it has partnered with the American Physical Therapy Association to offer the Enrich Financial Wellness Platform to their students and professionals in order to combat the overwhelming student debt most adopt to pursue their passion.

  • Reuters reports that SoFi has hired Twitter’s Chief Operating Officer, Anthony Noto, to be its new Chief Executive Officer.

  •  Student Loan Hero outlines six benefits of SoFi parent student loans.

  • The New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) Network Organizations seek an exceptional and experienced leader to serve as the fifth President and Chief Executive Officer in their 56-year history of supporting student access to higher education. For details and to apply, click here.

  •  Federal Savings Bank and New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation, provider of the EDvestinU® student loan program, have partnered to provide student loans to Federal Savings Bank customers.

  • After 40 years with The NHHEAF Network Organizations, René Drouin will officially retire in February 2019. Mr. Drouin has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the network organizations since July 1997. During his years of service, René also served as the Chairman of the Program Operations Committee of the National Council of Higher Education Loan Programs (now the National Council of Higher Education Resources), and served as its Chairman of the Board from 1999-2000. In October 2003, Mr. Drouin received a Congressional appointment to the U.S. Department of Education’s Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance for a three-year term and was reappointed for an additional three-year term in July 2006. René joined the network organizations in December 1978, beginning his career working in the company’s Claims and Recoveries Department. NCHER commends René on his impressive record on behalf of New Hampshire’s students and families, and thanks him for his service to our organization and its membership.

  • California students and families wanting to learn more about planning and paying for college can attend one of 46 College Nights events planned throughout the state between now and April 26, Business Insider reports. The events are hosted by Educational Credit Management Corporation (ECMC), which provides college access and financial education resources to empower students to make informed choices about their futures. During the next three months, ECMC will give away more than $65,000 in scholarships at the events. 

  • Kevin Wilson has joined the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) as an outreach counselor. He will travel the state with KHEAA’s College Info Road Show.


  • Todd Emmons has been elected Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees for the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF). Mr. Emmons was elected during the agency’s February board meeting.


  • Jim Preston, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA), announced that his plans to retire in July 2018. Jim joined PHEAA in 2003 as Executive Vice President of Client Relations and Loan Operations, and served as interim President and CEO from October 2007 until his permanent appointment to the position in March 2008. Penn Live quotes Sen. Vince Hughes (D-Philadelphia) that Jim has been “an incredible force for PHEAA which means he's been an incredible force for paving the financial way for Pennsylvania children to go to college.” PHEAA’s Board of Directors is evaluating options and will soon begin the process for selecting a new President and CEO.

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