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  • Vermont Student Assistance Corp. announced it will host two 30-minute workshops on September 12 on signing up for the FSA ID, the user name and password that is a borrower’s legal electronic signature for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

  • For the third consecutive year, Nebraska nonprofit Inceptia and personal finance company NerdWallet have partnered to create a free e-guide, “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.

  • The Student Loan Report writes that CommonBond announced it will offer student loan refinancing to U.S. immigrants with work visas. This means over 2 million Americans will have the opportunity to make their student loan debt more manageable.

  • The NHHEAF Network Organizations announced that Christiana Thornton is slated to become President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)-elect of the organization. She will assume leadership upon the retirement of current President and CEO René A. Drouin in February 2019. Ms. Thornton, currently the President and CEO of the New Hampshire Bankers Association, will become the fourth president of The NHHEAF Network Organizations.

  • With college planning season upon us and billions in federal financial aid available for students, Educational Credit Management Corporation (ECMC) is offering free resources and helpful tips to help them navigate the process. ECMC sponsors financial literacy programs and works with student loan borrowers to help them successfully repay their loans.
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