Encourage students to enter TG's monthly Milton G. Wright Scholarship drawing on Adventures In Education today. Twelve monthly $500 scholarships will be awarded to qualified students throughout 2014.
March 07, 2014 · TG Student and Institutional Success · No Comments
March 03, 2014 · TG Student and Institutional Success · No Comments
Support more Spanish speakers using the English-Spanish Glossary, available for download, or as an interactive search tool.
February 28, 2014 · TG Marketing and Product Management · No Comments
University of Advancing Technology (UAT) hired TG's HigherEDGE® Default Aversion Solutions to provide its exiting borrowers with grace counseling. Diana Mateer, Financial Aid Director for UAT, says that soon after she arrived and assessed her staff's workload, she decided that the institution needed to find a reliable third-party servicer to provide borrowers with critical support during the transition from school to repayment.
February 26, 2014 · TG Customer Training and Event Management · No Comments
In today's economic environment, effective student loan default management is more critical than ever. Earlier this month, the Department of Education issued draft 3-year cohort default rates to all eligible schools. Overall, those rates are still creeping upward, presenting a challenge to many schools. As you're thinking about how to implement high-impact practices to lower your rates, consider connecting with colleagues to discuss strategies that can revitalize your focus on default aversion.
February 25, 2014 · TG Policy and Regulatory Affairs · No Comments
The U.S. Department of Education (the Department) released fiscal year (FY) 2011 three-year draft cohort default rates (CDRs) on February 18, 2014. All schools enrolled in the Electronic Cohort Default Rate (eCDR) Process received their rates via their Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG) mailboxes. Schools not enrolled in the eCDR process may obtain this information from the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) via the NSLDS Professional Access Web site.
February 21, 2014 · TG Policy and Regulatory Affairs · No Comments
Join TG for the webinar Spending: Why students do the things they do! This is the third in a series of webinars that TG has provided on the financial education core competencies. Also, this webinar was approved for 1 CEU credit through the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE).
Making Connections: The 2014 TG Annual Training Conference to showcase a diversity of learning topics
February 21, 2014 · TG Customer Training and Event Management · No Comments
Join us to learn, network, and improve support services for students and families. The 2014 TG Annual Training Conference — Making Connections — will take place April 8-10 at the Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark. TG has tailored the conference agenda to serve the needs of higher education student services professionals, high- school, middle-school, and financial counselors, employees of nonprofit organizations, and all who share TG's passion for assisting students and families in their educational endeavors.
February 14, 2014 · TG Customer Training and Event Management · No Comments
Mark your calendar and register for TG's upcoming policy webinar titled, "Verification Requirements for the 2014-2015 Award Year" scheduled for Thursday, February 27.
February 12, 2014 · TG Marketing Communications · No Comments
Help your students lay a foundation of success for life after college with TG's Your Graduation Kit: What You Need to Survive Life After College available through Adventures In Education.
February 10, 2014 · TG Marketing and Product Management · No Comments
Parker University is in a period of unprecedented growth. The institution, with programs concentrated mostly in the healthcare fields, was founded in 1982 and became a university in 2011. It has recently established multiple new programs of study and is seeing resulting increases in enrollment. Parker is not allowing its growth to continue unchecked, however. The institution is staying vigilant and taking precautions so there are no unintended consequences to its expansion — in the form of surging default rates.