Regents approve expansion of U of Colorado's law school loan repayment assistance program
- The University of Colorado's Board of Regents approved plans Thursday to expand a program helping law school graduates pay off their student loans on the condition they take modest-paying public service jobs in under-served areas.
- The original loan repayment program, established by the regents in 2008, has provided $125,000 in loan repayment assistance, and the expansion includes a $10 million fundraising goal aimed at supporting an endowment.
- Additionally, the school has received a $2 million donation for the program, which the law school will match with $500,000.
From the article:
AURORA -- University of Colorado regents Thursday approved expansion plans for a law school program that helps graduates pay off their student loans if they take modest-paying public service jobs -- especially in the state's rural areas. The nine-member Board of Regents unanimously approved future plans for the law school's loan repayment assistance program, which includes an ambitious $10 million fundraising goal to support an endowment. ...
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