Proposed legislation threatens to set back the accomplishments of non-profit student loan lender/guarantors like the Connecticut Student Loan Foundation.
For over 40 years, CSLF has promoted access to higher education, helped families find financing for college, and assisted high school guidance professionals to shepherd first-generation and under-served populations into programs to help them discover and fulfill their dreams.
Current media coverage has tended to lump together large lenders and banks with smaller, non-profit companies like CSLF. All companies providing student loans have the potential to serve well and provide good products, but small-scale operations like the Connecticut Student Loan Foundation have always realized the real dividends are service, satisfaction and connection.
So here we are — and this is who we are: mothers, wives, husbands, musicians, mechanics, writers, cyclists, fathers, activists, bakers, readers and crafters.
We live in your town, we’re standing in the same long line at the DMV, our kids sit next to each other in school and we all want the same thing: people who really care about our shared future. That’s the person who answers the phone when you call CSLF.
Help save the Federal Family Education Loan program: click here for more information and learn how you can lend your voice to the fight for student choice and a solution that can work for us all.
“I am CSLF and I’m here to help you.”
Also see http://www.keepstudentloanslocal.org