Goal Structured Solutions Inc. will be exhibiting at the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) Annual Conference June 24– 27, 2018 in Austin, TX. We invite you to stop by our booth to learn more about Ascent Student Loans.
The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) is committed to ensuring that members, leadership and staff all uphold the utmost ethical principles. We require our members to demonstrate the highest level of professionalism, and exemplify the highest level of ethical behavior in helping students and families find the best ways to pay for college. Association leadership and staff also pledge to uphold the most thorough and rigorous ethical standards. They believe that the purpose of student financial aid is to ensure everyone has equal access to post-secondary education.
Dennis Wentworth, Vice President of Business Development, at 619.980.6441 or send an email to [email protected].
Rick Gallagher, East Coast Sales Representative, at 619.643.2052 or send an email to [email protected]ascentprogram.com.
“Credit invisible” students with a limited credit history and no access to a creditworthy cosigner are among the most vulnerable when lacking the financial resources to pay for their education. Many of these often high-performing students need more money than the federal government will provide. International students have even fewer options. What are the best solutions to provide these promising students who are struggling to pay for their education, yet are often shut out from traditional options? Kevin McNamara, Director of University Relations at MPOWER Financing, and Dennis Wentworth, VP of Business Development at Goal Structured Solutions, Inc., have joined forces to break down the problem and provide
Dennis Wentworth (Goal Structured Solutions, Inc.)
Kevin McNamara (MPOWER Financing)
Review of the emerging trends in financing higher education including parent/sponsor loans, risk-sharing programs, and income-share agreements. An examination of emerging trends and alternatives to traditional forms of higher education financing.