The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) and its Council of Student Financial Aid Administrators (CSFAA) are pleased to announce the launch of two new educational debt management modules designed specifically for upcoming osteopathic medical school graduates in the Class of 2013: Repayment Strategies for Osteopathic Medical School Graduates - Class of 2013 and Income-Related Repayment Plans, Consolidation, and Public Service Loan Forgiveness as Components of Your Repayment Strategy.
The first module, Repayment Strategies for Osteopathic Medical School Graduates – Class of 2013, describes a common sense approach to helping upcoming graduates select a repayment strategy to meet their repayment and career goals and objectives during residency, fellowship, and practice. The second module, Income-Related Repayment Plans, Consolidation, and Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) as Components of Your Repayment Strategy, delivers an easily understandable description of income-related plans, consolidation, and PSLF – what they are and how they can be used in tandem as part of an effective repayment strategy.
These educational modules are offered by AACOM and its CSFAA as part of a continuing commitment to support financial aid representatives at the nation’s colleges of osteopathic medicine as they provide the best educational debt management guidance possible for their students and future alumni. The presentations feature Paul S. Garrard, MBA, Founder and President, PGPresents, LLC, an independent student loan consultant under contract with AACOM.