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schoolservices@vsac.org 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (ET), Monday through Friday.

Questions or feedback related to the FSA conferences can be directed to the Conferences Service Center.

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202-377-3633 : fsaconferences@ed.gov http://fsaconferences.ed.gov/index.html

Federal Student Aid is committed to assisting schools with efforts that educate students about their loan repayment obligation, encourage successful repayment, and address delinquent repayment when it occurs. By employing evaluation, prevention, and outreach activities, schools can work in advance to reduce the risk of default by their students. Ultimately, this intervention will assist schools in managing their cohort default rates.

For questions related to default prevention, contact us at: defaultpreventionassistance@ed.gov.

For consolidated delinquency and default prevention resources, refer to the Default Prevention Resource Information Web page.

In addition to default prevention assistance, Federal Student Aid provides cohort default rate (CDR) support for schools and default resolution support for student and parent borrowers. Our federal loan servicers also provide delinquency and default prevention support for schools and borrowers.

For questions related to CDRs, refer to the Operations Performance Division page.

For questions related to default resolution, refer to the Default Resolution Group page.

For questions related to federal loan servicer delinquency and default prevention support for schools, refer to the Loan Servicing Centers for Schools page.

For questions related to federal loan servicer delinquency and default prevention support for borrowers, refer to the Loan Servicing Centers for Students page

Schools that participate as experimental sites test the outcomes of modifying specific components of the laws and regulations governing the awarding of Title IV aid. The Department of Education uses the results of these experiments to guide regulatory policy changes and propose legislative changes that will enhance program integrity, improve student outcomes, and reduce administrative burden.

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