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Nonprofit loan forgiveness strengthened
Kellogg School increases funding for Public/Nonprofit loan forgiveness program

The Kellogg School of Management has increased the level at which qualifying graduates employed in the public and nonprofit sectors are eligible for enrollment in the school’s Loan Assistance Program (LAP).

Qualifying graduates with adjusted incomes below $60,000 are now eligible for aid. Previously, only those graduates with adjusted incomes below $50,000 were able to participate in LAP.

Said Donald Haider, professor of public management and the director of Kellogg’s program in nonprofit management: “Thanks to the generosity of several key supporters, especially the Paul Collins Family, we are able to increase our support for Kellogg grads currently engaged in public service. In appreciation, we have named the loan forgiveness program The Collins Family Loan Assistance Program.”

LAP enables Kellogg graduates to assume public or nonprofit careers by reducing the educational debt burden that sometimes limits them from pursuing such positions. This program represents an important component of Kellogg’s overall Public and Nonprofit Management Program, demonstrating Kellogg’s commitment to meeting the growing need for public and nonprofit professionals with managerial skills.

Applications and additional details about the program may be obtained by contacting the Kellogg Financial Aid Office at

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