The New York Statewide Default Prevention Project

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Strengthening the Relationship between the Borrower and the Loan
The first set of tools is designed to help schools help borrowers strengthen the relationship between a borrower and his or her loan. The Advisory Team reached out to lenders and guaranty agencies across New York inviting them to share with the community any available products and services which serve this goal. Click here to jump to a page listing those products and services.

Strengthening the Relationship between the Borrower, the Educational Process and Goals
This page is under construction. We anticipate posting here resources that schools can review as they consider how they can support students to be more successful students. Student success, in general, translates into reductions in loan default, and we believe that holistic approaches to this problem will provide the most effective strategies. We will be sending further information to all schools about the relationship between student success and loan default in the near future.


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