With so many competing priorities, how can your school make its default management program more effective? TG's Default Aversion Self-Assessment Tool can help you gauge the effectiveness of your school's default aversion activities and focus improvement efforts where they are needed most.
Use TG's Default Aversion Self-Assessment Tool to:
- Evaluate your current processes and goals
- Identify areas of strength and areas for development
- Compare your recent CDRs with other institutions in the same school segment
- Request additional assistance from TG default aversion consultants
The assessment focuses on six areas related to or impacting an institution's CDR.
Assessment Tool Focus Areas
- Default plan and committee
- Enrollment management
- Current default rate and trends
- Information sharing with current students
- Communication with and tracking of previous borrowers
- Working with on-campus and off-campus entities to advance default aversion
Results from your self-assessment can serve as a stepping stone for strengthening a plan to reduce your school's CDR or for talking with a TG default aversion consultant about crafting a plan. Click on the link at the right to get started.
See how your school measures up.
Here are other documents located on www.tgslc.org that you may be interested in:
- Default Prevention | A comprehensive approach to managing default.
- Default Prevention | TG's approach to managing default