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Visit Nelnet’s New Default Prevention Web Page

March 29, 2013

defaultprevention-slideHave you taken a look at Nelnet’s new Default Prevention web page for schools? This page will help you develop a robust default prevention plan. It includes concrete, measurable steps you can take to prevent default, various school tips & best practices, and a glossary of default prevention resources.

Some of the resources you can find on the page are:

  • Seven steps you can take to create a successful plan at your school
  • In-depth case studies from schools that have successfully implemented a default prevention plan
  • A template to help your school create its own Default Prevention Plan
  • A library of default prevention resources and financial literacy documents/worksheets
  • Cohort Default Rate background information, calculations, and resources

We are also offering a webinar on Default Prevention Plans on April 3rd. We will walk through the resources available to you on the web page with a focus on creating a Default Prevention Team and Action Plan.  Specific aspects of team development will be addressed, along with the components of the action plan, and the importance of specific steps schools should follow in their respective approaches.  Attendees will leave with a template they can use to formulate a plan specific to their school’s needs.

Click on one of the links below to register:

Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Time: 11:00 am, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Session Number: 803 770 341

Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Time: 2:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)
Session Number: 801 045 479

Nelnet’s highest priority is keeping borrowers’ loans on track. Join us for a webinar or visit our Default Prevention page today to begin creating a successful Default Prevention Plan for your school!

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