Making a Dent in Student Debt: How College Administrators Can Help
As a college administrator, you are undoubtedly well aware of the increasing burden of student debt carried by college graduates in the United States. Your unique perspective can allow you to provide the most accurate advice and guidance for students and can make you an outstanding Ambassador for the practical and innovative college funding programs offered by The Brain Fund. By taking a stand in your community and promoting the eduPOINT$ program to parents and families, you can help students avoid the trap of excessive debt and can ensure a brighter future for current and future attendees of your institution of higher learning.
Ending Excessive Student Loan Debt with eduPOINT$
The eduPOINT$ program is a unique partnership between businesses and consumers facilitated by The Brain Fund:
• Businesses participate by advertising through our GridPAGES platform. The advertising revenues generated in this way are used to fund eduPOINT$ that are awarded to consumers and are redeemable for college funding through a 529 College Savings Plan.
• Families, friends and sponsors of students can earn eduPOINT$ through qualifying purchases from a participating merchant. Because each participant can potentially earn up to $1,000 per year, the amount available for college expenses can quickly rise to a level that may allow students to graduate debt-free and ready to participate in revitalizing the U.S. economy.
By sharing information regarding this program with prospective college students and their families, you can have a positive effect on their financial futures and can do your part in reducing the unconscionable amount of debt facing graduates after they leave your institution.
The Brain Fund is committed to providing students and their families with the most innovative solutions to combat excessive debt and to ensure adequate college funding. College administrators can help in this quest by pointing parents toward the solutions offered by The Brain Fund and joining our effort to revolutionize funding for higher education in the United States.
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