Campus Financing Trends: Income Share Agreements
Tue, September 10, 2019 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Everyone’s talking about Income Share Agreements (ISA’s). ISA’s are emerging as a means for students to pay for college by giving investors a share of their future earnings. We’ll review several current ISA models and explore how they’re structured, how they work, and how they stack up against student loans.
Presenter: Peter M. Terebesi, President, Higher Ed Executives
Peter Terebesi is the principal consultant and founder of Higher Ed Executives, Higher Education Consultants which provides Title IV Federal Student Aid compliance advisory and training services to institutions of higher education.
He has worked in post-secondary higher ed for nearly two decades and has helped a wide range of institutions meet the demands of today’s complex regulatory challenges.
Name: Peter M. Terebesi
Organization: Higher Ed Executives
Social Media: @HigherEdPete
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