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Episode 6: A Review of State Student Loan Servicing Licensing Laws

Posted By Pamela Shepherd, Friday, April 19, 2019
Updated: Thursday, April 18, 2019

EPISODE 6: A Review of State Student Loan Servicing Licensing Laws

In this week’s podcast, James and Shelly take a deeper dive into several state servicing laws, many of which include licensing and other programmatic requirements which continue to proliferate and impact our private student loan holders, servicers, collectors, and guarantors. Vicki talks about: data integrity and what this could mean for all the various proposals to use repayment rate and where the data is likely to come from and impact as far as National Student Loan Data System reporting, discussions with the U.S. Department of Education regarding data integrity; and the pending Master Promissory Note that is out for comment and remarks from Diane Jones last week. Pam shares recent news items as well updates listeners to the newest 2020 presidential candidates. Stef then highlights NCHER’s upcoming Annual Conference and kicks off our newest segment: the trivia question.

If you have any feedback or have topic suggestions, please send comments to info@ncher.us.

SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTS

·         Upcoming Meetings

o   NCHER’s 2019 Annual Conference (Clearwater, FL)

  • Need-to-Read Headlines

o    Kendra Horn still worries about her student loans. She’s not the only one (Roll Call)

o    Rep. Mark Pocan: Betsy DeVos is unfit to lead the Education Department. It's time for her to resign (NBC News)

o    What students can learn from the days before college loans (The Associated Press)

o    Legislation Looks Into College Financial Aid Letters (NPR)

o    Here’s What The 2020 Presidential Candidates Say About Your Student Loans (Forbes)

  • Trivia Question

o    Which U.S. university has had the most movies and television shows filmed on its campus? And name one of the movies or tv shows. And here’s a hint: it’s located west of the Mississippi.

o    Email your answers to info@ncher.us

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