Results from RNL’s 2021 Admitted Student Family Survey. Learn more!

  • 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 […]

  • Lauren’s Story – Supporting Dreams

    LRAP News September 29, 2016

    The first time Lauren Kerr stepped foot onto the campus of Huntington University, she knew it was the college for her. But as many prospective college students can attest, finances were a major obstacle. Prior to learning about LRAP, Lauren was considering a less expensive university closer to home — one that wouldn’t have provided the Christian […]

  • Daniel’s Story – LRAP Opened Doors

    LRAP News September 13, 2016

    A talented graduate of the Detroit Public Schools system, Daniel Peake was counting on a scholarship to be able to afford attending his first-choice college, Spring Arbor University. But after learning that this scholarship was valid only at certain colleges, Daniel considered abandoning his plans altogether — he couldn’t afford to pay for Spring Arbor’s tuition out-of-pocket, and […]

  • Aaron’s Story – Pursuing your Dream Career

    LRAP News September 1, 2016

    Hoping to pursue a career in the music industry, Aaron Tremain sought a college education that would put him on the right track after graduation. Huntington University – which offers a degree in Music Business – was the perfect fit for Aaron. That is, except for the price tag. This left Aaron in a difficult position: if he were to attend Huntington, he’d need to […]

  • Holly’s Story – Providing a Sense of Peace

    LRAP News June 10, 2016

    LRAP helps colleges and universities improve enrollment outcomes, but the true impact of LRAP is measured by the lives of students and graduates assisted by the program. Holly Lutton wanted to pursue a career in ministry, but worried about being able to pay back her student loans after graduation. Because of LRAP, Holly enrolled and […]

  • Jacquelyn’s Story – Financial Freedom

    LRAP News April 14, 2016

    LRAP is an enrollment tool that helps colleges and universities improve enrollment, but the true impact of LRAP is measured by the lives of students and graduates assisted by the program. Jacquelyn Curtis wanted to pursue a career in art education after graduation, but worried about being able to pay back her student loans on […]

  • Giving Thanks

    LRAP News November 20, 2015

    We’ve learned that the power of LRAP is most evident when you can hear it directly from those who benefit most from the program. While visiting our partner colleges’ campuses over the years, we’ve received numerous expressions of gratitude from LRAP students and parents. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’d like to share some with […]