Student financial aid (61 - 64 of 64 items)
Status of Special National Direct Student Loan Funds
HRD-80-125: Published: Sep 22, 1980. Publicly Released: Sep 22, 1980.
The National Direct Student Loan (NDSL) program provides for establishing a revolving fund at postsecondary educational institutions from which long-term, low-interest loans are made to qualified students who need financial assistance. The institutions are responsible for making and collecting the loans. Under the NDSL program, the Federal contribution represents 90 percent of the loan funds, and...
Collection Efforts Not Keeping Pace With Growing Number of Defaulted Student Loans
CD-77-1: Published: Aug 11, 1977. Publicly Released: Aug 11, 1977.
Although some positive actions are being taken by the Office of Education to collect defaulted student loans, the problem has reached serious proportions.The Office of Education guaranteed 4 million student loans amounting to $4.5 billion through September 1976. It had to pay about $287 million to lending institutions during the same time because about one of every six loans had been defaulted aft...
The National Direct Student Loan Program Requires More Attention by the Office of Education and Participating Institutions
HRD-77-109: Published: Jun 27, 1977. Publicly Released: Jun 27, 1977.
The National Direct Student Loan (NDSL) program, one of three student financial aid programs administered by the Office of Education (OE), provides for the establishment of loan funds at postsecondary educational institutions so that they can make loans to qualified students.Several problems were noted in the administration of the program. Because OE has not provided adequate program guidance for...