Social Justice Monday: Your Public Service Loan Forgiveness Action Plan
Student Financial Services presents
Your Public Service Loan Forgiveness Action Plan
Monday, April 22, 2019*
Noon – 12:50 p.m.
Sullivan Hall, Room C5
How will you repay your federal student loans? Consider applying for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). PSLF can seem confusing, but it’s achievable if you know the steps to take. Jennifer Knight, AFC® from the AccessLex Institute will be discussing PSLF to help you understand the requirements of PSLF and help you get on – and stay on! – track for forgiveness. Since 1983, the AccessLex Institute has continually evolved to meet the ever-changing challenges and needs of the law students and institutions that they serve. They are committed to informing students of the economic realities of law school without limiting their aspirations. The AccessLex Institute is also resolute in appealing to policymakers and influencers to take actions that make legal education work better for both students and society at large. For more in-depth counseling, schedule an individual in-person one-on-one coaching session with Ms. Knight. Sign up for times on either April 22 or 23. Coaching sessions will be held in Room 209H on the 2nd Floor Administrative Offices suite. If those days/times don’t work for you, you may at any time throughout your journey, and as often as you see fit, schedule an individual MAX Coaching session within your MAX account. [For 3Ls, you can sign-up for coaching at www.accesslex.org/AccessConnex.]
*Due to certain restrictions, we are unable to record this presentation for those who are unable to attend. However, this presentation is available via webinar. You may contact ATJI or Student Financial Services for more information and webinar dates.
Jennifer Knight, Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC®), is a Regional Manager - West, AccessLex Center for Education and Financial Capability®. Ms. Knight has worked in the financial aid industry for over 24 years. She has provided financial aid, personal finance, and professional development workshops at high schools, colleges, and to financial aid administrators and other higher education administrators all over the U.S. including U.S. Territories, Guam and Puerto Rico. She also provided policy guidance to school clients with regards to Title IV funds. Ms. Knight served a 3-year elected position as President of the Oregon Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators 2016-2018 and represented Oregon regionally and nationally during her tenure. She always thought her calling was to be a teacher, and when she found the financial aid profession she found her passion for combining both loves. Ms. Knight is passionate about helping students pay for college and repay their student loans.
Social Justice Monday is an organized, weekly series hosted by the Access to Justice Institute in partnership with students, student organizations, and other departments across the law school. If you are interested in organizing a Social Justice Monday for the 2019-2020 academic year, please contact Abby Goldy at email@example.com.