Benefits to Universities, Colleges and Schools

Aggregate student debt in the United States now exceeds $1.7 trillion dollars – about the same amount President Biden earmarked for his first nationwide economic stimulus package. The cost of higher education has increased significantly over the years due to multiple reasons, which has led to larger student debt. As private lenders dropped out of the secondary education loan market, the federal government stepped in and took over a larger share.

Over the years, the U. S. Department of Education has increased the amount of borrowing available to students. That money is mostly used to pay for tuition, but students can also use it for other expenses, such as housing. Unfortunately, students, many unfamiliar with how financial institutions work often find themselves saddled with unmanageable levels of debt. Student debt doesn’t just affect students and graduates in debt. It also affects their schools.

Colleges and universities are held to rigorous debt repayment and default limits. This is especially challenging for smaller institutions, where just a few borrowers can cause unacceptable default rate. Each college and university also have a social and moral obligation to provide information to help students escape debts, since each institution profits from the students’ loans. SLR67 is available to schools and financially it brings more awareness in a student’s life. Thus, academically student can start building financial fitness to conquer his/her dream.

SLR67: An Answer to Student Debt
SLR67 an investment instrument designed to help students and their families repay current or future loans faster. Using two basic financial principles — the time value of money and compound interest — SLR67 accelerates the growth of percentage of each loan repayment applied to the principal amount borrowed.

Each SLR67 account holder is supported by an affiliated broker dealer, who provides a detailed, automated investment strategy and repayment management plan. Indebted students or their families can select a one-time investment or recurring investments over a specific period of time. This gives debtors flexibility based on their income, and a practical path to paying off their loans. SLR67 can help borrowers at any debt level. Their schools benefit from lower default rates and more consistent and rapid loan repayments. Employers can also benefit from access to potential employers with less debt, stronger credit reports, and good financial habits. Employers can even help accelerate student loan repayments further, by combining job opportunities with 401(k)- like match programs.



Student debt doesn’t just affect students and graduates in debt. It also affects their schools. The cost of higher education has increased significantly over the years due to multiple reasons, which has led to larger student debt.

As private lenders dropped out of the secondary education loan market, the federal government stepped in and took over a larger share. Over the years, the U. S. Department of Education has increased the amount of borrowing available to students. That money is mostly used to pay for tuition, but students can also use it for other expenses, such as housing.

Colleges and universities are held to rigorous debt repayment and default limits. This is especially challenging for smaller institutions, where just a few borrowers can cause unacceptable default rate. Each college and university also has a social and moral obligation to provide information to help indebted students escape those debts, since each institution profits from the students’ loans.

SLR67 is an investment instrument designed to help students and their families repay current or future loans faster, Using two basic financial principles — the time value of money and compound interest — SLR67 accelerates the growth of percentage of each loan repayment applied to the principal amount borrowed.

Each SLR 67 account holder is supported by an affiliated broker dealer, who provides a detailed, automated investment strategy and repayment management plan. Indebted students or their families can select a one-time investment or recurring investments over a specific period of time. This gives debtors flexibility based on their income, and a practical path to paying off their loans.

SLR67 can help borrowers at any debt level. Their schools benefit from lower default rates and more consistent and rapid loan repayments. Employers can also benefit from access to potential employers with less debt, stronger credit reports, and good financial habits. Employers can even help accelerate student loan repayments further, by combining job opportunities with employer match programs.

Students:
If you are an individual student who wants to open an independent account not affiliated with an university, simply select "I am a student" below and follow the simple instructions.

Universities:
If you are affiliated with a college or university, and want to know more about how SLR67 can help your students and your institution, Please click on "I am with a University” below.