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  • LRAP Enables Grad To Pursue His Goals Without Compromising

    LRAP News July 19, 2021

    There was a time when Daniel Peake didn’t know if he would be able to pursue his bachelor’s degree. A Detroit native, Daniel grew up in a single parent household. Without a lot of money for college, Daniel was counting on a scholarship that would enable him to attend his first-choice institution. Then he found […]

  • 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   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 Inspired Secret Improving Access and Recruitment at Colleges Today” is a […]

  • 8 Ardeo Partners That Beat The National Enrollment Trend

    HigherEd Industry News LRAP In The News LRAP News December 16, 2020

    These Ardeo partners have been celebrating enrollment increases in fall 2020 – some record-breaking, others modest – but all bucking this year’s national average enrollment decline of 4.4% reported by The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. A big congratulations to all our partners, listed or not, who are celebrating a successful Fall 2020. (If you’re […]

  • All Time High Enrollment at Ardeo Partner Rochester University

    LRAP News November 2, 2020

    Rochester University is celebrating a record enrollment in fall 2020 thanks in part to their private label Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), the RU Pledge. The university, located in Rochester Hills, Mich., increased enrollment 13% over the previous fall, bucking this year’s national average decline of 4% reported by The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. […]

  • LRAPs Help Overcome Cost Concerns | Client Testimonial

    LRAP News February 18, 2020

    Kristin Wright, Director of Admissions at Milligan College in Tennessee, sat down with us to talk about how Ardeo’s loan repayment assistance programs (LRAPs) help address prospective students’ concerns about cost and borrowing – helping her drive enrollment and provide a significant financial benefit to her students.     LRAPs allow colleges and universities to […]

  • 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 […]

  • LRAP Graduate Appreciation Dinner 2018

    LRAP News August 1, 2018

    A few weeks back, we had the honor of hosting a dinner for some of the folks who benefit from the work we do every day to help colleges and universities give students and families freedom of first choice in higher education. We took the opportunity to celebrate their achievements, get some feedback, and share […]

  • What Students and Families Say When Offered LRAPs

    LRAP News July 6, 2018

    When it comes to making choices for your institution’s success, we know you listen to what students and families say. We’ve heard from literally thousands of students. They tell us how they feel about the Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) offered via our partner colleges and universities. Below you will see a word cloud made […]

  • Courtney’s Story – A Path to College

    LRAP News December 15, 2016

    Struggling to find a way to pay for her education, Courtney Zellar realized that student loans were going to be necessary if she wanted to attend her first-choice college. But federal loans wouldn’t be enough and Courtney was forced to explore additional loans through private lenders. Private loans required a parent or guardian cosigner—something that […]