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ISAs allow students to raise funds to pay for their degrees by selling “shares” in their future earnings.
To reduce debt and increase educational access, some institutions, such as Purdue University, have begun testing Income Share Agreements (ISAs).
It wasn’t until their research uncovered the benefits and opportunities of Income Share Agreement (ISA) programs that everything fell into place.
A “College Finance Innovation Fund” could accelerate ideas to lower debt and make schools more accountable for their graduates’ success.
GA prides itself on a record of expanding access to training that breaks down barriers to employment, diversifies the workplace, and closes skills gaps.
Today’s state revenue surpluses are an opportunity to prepare for the next downturn by investing in education and talent.
Watch the recording to hear how schools like Norwich University are transforming the relationship they’re building with students based on a shared incentive of success after college.
Income share agreements” could lower loan payments and the financial risks of paying for college.
Income share agreements (ISA) function somewhat similarly to income-based repayment plans, as students pledge to pay a predetermined percentage of their annual income in exchange for funds to pay for college.
Watch the recording to learn more about Purdue’s Back a Boiler program and how a growing number of institutions are leveraging data-driven insights to help meet enrollment and affordability objectives with Income Share Agreements.
ISAs shift risk from students to investors and nudge universities to think about employability
It’s why we listened to students and began offering bachelor’s degrees for the first time last fall — and it’s why we announced this year that we would begin offering income share agreements to our students.