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Federal Student Loans: Better Oversight Could Improve Defaulted Loan Rehabilitation
Melissa Emrey-Arras (au)
As of fiscal year 2013 about $94 billion -- over 11 percent of federal student loan volume in repayment -- was in default, which generally occurs when a borrower fails to make a payment for more than 270 days. Loan rehabilitation was established as an option to help the Department of Education (Education) collect defaulted student loans, and borrowers address the adverse consequences of default, such as repairing damaged credit. This report reviewed Education's loan rehabilitation process. It examines how: (1) Education assists borrowers in rehabilitating defaulted student loans; (2) the upgrade of its defaulted loan information system affected loan rehabilitation; and (3) Education oversees private collection agencies in implementing loan rehabilitation. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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