One year ago, National Student Loan Program introduced Inceptia, a new division that leverages the organization’s 25-year history in helping students, colleges and universities meet personal and institutional financial aid responsibilities.

“Inceptia furthers our goal to ¬increase the financial aptitude of students, reduce loan default rates, and support the need for effective financial aid management services,” said NSLP President and CEO Randy Heesacker. “We have a tremendous team at Inceptia/NSLP and are proud of their continued commitment toward the success of students and schools with whom we partner.”

Since March 2012, the organization has worked with more than 60 new schools nationwide. These programs include assessing the financial knowledge of students; improving money management skills campus-wide with effective personal financial education services; providing support to front-line offices; and helping student borrowers find reasonable means of repayment thus avoiding the consequences of default.

“We are focused on collaborating with schools to help students succeed, ” Heesacker shared. “We have strong momentum, and we’ll continue to be successful at helping students manage debt and successfully repay their student loans. We thank our schools for helping make Inceptia’s first year a success.

MORE ABOUT INCEPTIA
Inceptia, a division of National Student Loan Program (NSLP), is a dedicated non-profit organization providing much-needed support to help schools effectively fulfill their roles and responsibilities. Our mission is to provide guidance to schools, along with the means to help their undergraduate, graduate and professional students succeed. Through comprehensive analytics, student success tools, financial education, default prevention and financial aid management, we are confident we can help all students, not just borrowers, become financially responsible adults. We are here to make it possible for more schools to launch brilliant futures. More information at Inceptia.org.

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