Students Get Tuition Aid for a Piece of Their Future | WSJ

Students Get Tuition Aid for a Piece of Their Future; Jillian Berman; In The Wall Street Journal (WSJ); 2017-09-10.
Teaser: Income share agreements seem poised to take off, as costs and debt loads rise.

tl;dr → <quote>Under the terms of a typical ISA, students agree to pay a percentage of their future earnings for a predetermined period in exchange for help up front with their tuition.</quote>

Mentions

  • Income Share Agreement (ISA)
  • Lumni, an organization offering students in Latin America ISAs since 2002 and in the U.S. since 2009.
  • Cappex.com, a web site; vertical search of college and scholarship offers.
  • Purdue University, Indiana
    Back a Boiler program.
  • Purdue Research Foundation, manages the ISA program at Purdue.

Quoted

  • David Bergeron, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
  • David Cooper, chief investment officer, Purdue Research Foundation.
  • Mitch Daniels,
    • the university’s president,
    • Republican,
    • ex-governor, Indiana.
  • James Fish, chief financial officer, Clarkson University.
  • Mark Kantrowitz, publisher, Cappex.com.
  • Zachary Meyer,
    • Reference customer.
    • Senior, Purdue,
  • Miguel Palacios
    • assistant professor of finance, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary.
    • co-founder of Lumni.
  • Jason Tyszko, executive director of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Center for Education and Workforce,

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