Resources for Schools

Kathleen Altamura / October 3, 2019

New Regulations to Impact Schools with Students Who Live in NY State

What does the legislation say? On April 1, 2019, as part of the FY 2020 Enacted Budget, New York enacted Article 14-A, governing servicers of student loans held by New York residents. The legislation provides sweeping new protections for student loan borrowers, requiring certain servicers to obtain a state license and meet standards consistent with

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Susan Mentel / July 3, 2018

What Every School Needs to Know About California’s Student Loan Servicing Act

California’s new Student Loan Servicing Act (Cal. A.B. 2251) goes into effect on July 1, 2018. Its requirements reach beyond schools in California – it requires student loan servicers (including schools) located in California servicing loans made to residents of any state, as well as servicers (including schools) located outside of California servicing loans made

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Susan Mentel / May 25, 2018

Updates to the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and Fair Credit Reporting Act

A new bill was signed into law on May 24, 2018, that impacts student lending and will have some impact on the way that schools manage institutional loans as well. Bill S.2155 affects some aspects of TILA (the Truth in Lending Act), and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. You can read the text of the

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Susan Mentel / April 9, 2018

TFC Tuition Financing Awarded 2017 CAPPS Allied Partner of the Year

San Diego, CA, October 11, 2017– The California Association of Private Postsecondary Schools (CAPPS) recognized TFC Tuition Financing as “CAPPS Allied Partner of the Year” at their 33rd Annual Conference in San Diego held October 11-13, 2017.  Matthew Johnston, President of SBB College and CAPPS 2017 Board President, presented the award to TFC Vice President

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Ashley Coombe / September 28, 2016

Questions to Ask Students Prior to Financing

Here are some commonly asked student questions that get the most from the financed accounts we manage for you. These questions would take place as a part of your admissions/financial aid discussion. They’re good transition points for going into the particulars of your payment options as well. Before this, you should make sure you have

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Ashley Coombe / September 28, 2016

Five Keys to Effective Fiscal Planning and Student Financial Packaging

As captains of proprietary institutions, we are in the business of proactive maintenance. As we sail our vessels of learning to the sometimes far-off land of profitability, our charge is to maintain steady fiscal solvency through daily headwinds and even the occasional perfect storms – seemingly purposed solely to derail our efforts and leave us

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