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Session #12 - Do Entrance and Exit Counseling Make a Difference in Title IV Default Rates?

Title: 2004 Spring Conference

Conference Dates: 2004-03-29 to 2004-03-31

Type: ED Conferences

Presentation Title: Session #12 - Do Entrance and Exit Counseling Make a Difference in Title IV Default Rates?

Posted on 04-21-2004

This session provides an overview of research conducted at Penn State University to study the effects of entrance and exit counseling on loan default behaviors. The study was developed as part of their participation in the Experimental Sites Initiative. The session will cover the components of experimental design, how a study was set up to track students starting their education in 1996, and the characteristics of those who are now in repayment of their loans compared to those who are now in default.

The attached presentation is in Portable Document Format (PDF), 19 pages, 318KB and also in MS97 PowerPoint (PPT), 19 pages 126KB.

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Last Modified: 04/20/2004