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Updated NSLDS Video

In an effort to help borrowers successfully manage their student loan debt, we’ve released a new and improved video, How to Find out What You Owe. This short video explains how to access federal student loan information using the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS).

The video is available on OCAP’s YouTube Channel and on the home page of this website, under Quick Links. We encourage you to share this video with your students or link to it from your school’s website.  If you currently link to our original NSLDS video, please replace the link at your earliest opportunity.


Unauthorized Use of Institutional Branding

The unauthorized use of instutional logos, seals, names and other trademarks is a growing trend. Often, third party companies using such trademarks without authorization target student loan borrowers for payment for services that would otherwise be free. The Department of Education (ED) recently issued two cease and desist letters to third-party "debt-relief" companies that were using ED's official seal without authorization.

Learn how to protect your students and your institution's brand from unauthorized third-party companies.


New "I'm In School" Video

Our new video, "I'm In School," outlines our website content for current students looking to fund their education. The video is also available on our YouTube channel, OkCollegeAssistance.

This is just the first in an upcoming series of short videos about what we have to offer everyone, so be sure to check back here for the latest news. You can also stay up-to-date about student loan news and resources through our Facebook page.


Loan Forgiveness Programs

In these challenging economic times, borrowers may see loan forgiveness as a potential solution for student loan debt woes. However, it’s important for borrowers to understand that forgiveness of all or part of a student loan is rare and happens under very specific circumstances. Click here for a PDF with helpful information about loan forgiveness and repayment programs.