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  • Practical Ways to Give Your Child a Head Start on Their Financial Future

    LRAP News September 27, 2021

    By Ann Lloyd of StudentSavingsGuide.com The goal of every parent is for their child to have a better life and live in a better world than they did. The unfortunate truth is that this often requires money. Luckily, there are plenty of ways every parent on every budget can help their child become financially independent […]

  • Transfer Student Thrives Thanks to LRAP

    LRAP News September 14, 2021

    Abigail W. knows better than anyone the life-changing impact of a Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). It all started her first year of college. Abigail knew she wanted to dedicate her life to helping others, but she didn’t feel her college was setting her up to do that. She decided to find an institution that […]

  • Education Week’s ‘Rick Hess Straight Up’ Features Ardeo

    LRAP In The News September 1, 2021

    Can college-going be less risky without being ‘free’? asks an Education Week article published in August. Yes, it can. All it takes are two things: Innovative colleges and universities. A powerful promise. How can innovative colleges and universities use a powerful promise to make college-going less risky? Our story starts in the 1990s with a […]

  • LRAP Gives Student (and Her Parents) Confidence to Invest in Dream College

    LRAP News August 26, 2021

    “I already knew that’s the place for me. It was just a matter of how in the world was I going to be able to get there?” Jacquelyn, a kindergarten teaching aid, did not know how she would be able to attend the college of her dreams. The cost was holding her back, and she […]

  • Lyon College is the Only Institution in Arkansas to Offer LRAPs to All Incoming, First-Year Students

    LRAP In The News LRAP News August 6, 2021

      Read more in the Lyon College press release here. Lyon College, a private institution located in Batesville, Arkansas, is the only institution in the state to offer Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) to all incoming, first-year students starting with the Fall 2021 semester. “While we don’t believe the value of a degree from Lyon […]

  • Student Loan Safety-net Helps Grad’s Dreams Come True

    LRAP News June 16, 2021

    At 14, Brianna Loomis knew what she wanted to be when she grew up. Movies and books had inspired her to go into publishing, but this big dream had a bigger question mark. How to pay for college? She knew she would need to borrow student loans. Her parents made too much money to qualify […]

  • New Book Gives Insider’s Look at LRAPs

    LRAP In The News March 16, 2021

    Improve Access and Recruitment on your Campus with the Ivy League Inspired Secret   Order your free* copy of “A Powerful Promise” right now!   A new book about Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) gives readers an insider’s look at how one tool is changing the higher education landscape. “A Powerful Promise: The Ivy League […]

  • Ardeo Education Solutions Helps Improve Student Access to Higher Education

    LRAP News January 25, 2021

    Innovative Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) for colleges takes the fear out of student debt in the face of COVID-19 and helps mitigate looming enrollment crisis   BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – During a year of unprecedented challenges, mission-driven Ardeo Education Solutions is increasing student access to higher education and driving enrollments at partner colleges and universities […]

  • Q&A with our Resident RAPper

    LRAP News February 6, 2020

      Vice President of Client Service, Rachelle Gasior, is a 2010 Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) graduate or RAPper. Rachelle sat down with us to share information she really wishes more parents had, how LRAP stopped her from transferring schools and why she loves campus events. What is a movie you can practically quote from […]

  • Washington Post Op-Ed Emphasizes Reducing Risk Over Cost in Higher Ed

    HigherEd Industry News LRAP In The News October 9, 2019

    College can be a risky investment, a point Beth Akers, Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow, makes in her report, “Should College Come with a Money-Back Guarantee?” In a recent Washington Post opinion piece, Akers makes the case for focusing on mitigating the financial risks associated with attending college, rather than reducing cost. Higher education is stuck […]