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Watch to learn how schools are rethinking financial aid optimization with income share agreements (ISAs).
Mitchel financed his University of Utah education with an ISA. Hear Mitchel’s story, presented by JFF, here.
View the 30-minute presentation on how institutions are packaging ISAs to address common aid appeal scenarios.
Southern New Hampshire University, Berry College and Messiah College explain how they are preparing to take on enrollment and revenue challenges with income share agreements (ISAs).
David Barnett of Brenau University explains how the school established a successful ISA program to address retention and completion challenges.
Watch Now Check out this video for a quick overview of what ISAs are and how they work.
Dr. Josh Shapiro of UC San Diego Extension and Shanaz Chowdhery of Vemo Education discuss the importance of serving working learners, and the unique ability of ISA-financed extension schools to fill their needs.
Watch the recording of Bill Brosseau and Emily Coleman of HAI Analytics to learn how predictive modeling helps estimate and shape the impact ISAs will have on yield, revenue, and retention during the program design process.
Looking for a way to increase educational access and affordability, and to link the cost of education to student outcomes, Messiah launched an ISA program to give their students a more flexible way to pay for college.
Messer’s bill would make it easier for students to use income-share agreements (or ISAs) as an alternative to traditional student loans.
The University of Utah, one of the country’s leading public universities, is a diverse community of learners.
As Income Share Agreements (ISAs) gain popularity as a way to finance postsecondary education and workforce training, they are also gaining bi-partisan political support.