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2022

High School Seniors Can Earn $1,000 for College – November 1, 2022

Parents Can Register Today for a Chance at a $1,000 College Savings Deposit – September 6, 2022

First Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – August 16, 2022

Proper Planning and Research Key to Finding the Best Way for Families to Pay for College – June 14, 2022

Ten Midwest High School Grads Each to Receive $1,000 Scholarship – May 16, 2022

Iowa High School Seniors Awarded Scholarships by Nonprofit – April 26, 2022

Fourth Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – April 19, 2022

College Planning Tool Helps Families Estimate Total Cost – March 15, 2022

$10,000 in College Savings Deposits Available – January 18, 2022

Ten $1,000 Scholarships Now Open to Midwest High School Seniors – January 10, 2022

Third Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – January 4, 2022

2021

High School Seniors Can Earn $2,000 for College – November 2, 2021

Second Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – September 23, 2021

Parents Can Register Today for a Chance at a $1,000 College Savings Deposit – September 7, 2021

Student Loan Rates Vary Significantly by Provider – August 30, 2021

First Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – July 20, 2021

Ten High School Grads Each to Receive $1,000 for College – June 17, 2021

Nonprofit Awards 30 Scholarships to Iowa High School Seniors – April 14, 2021

Fourth Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – March 16, 2021

Refinancing Student Loans May Help Borrowers – February 16, 2021

Ten $1,000 Scholarships Now Available for Midwest High School Seniors – January 11, 2021

Third Quarterly Winners of College Savings Drawing Announced – January 4, 2021

Media Contacts

Media Relations

Christopher Weishaar
Digital PR Specialist
(515) 273-7102
cweishaar@studentloan.org

Community Relations/Public Affairs

Gregory S. Nichols, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations
(515) 273-7682
gnichols@studentloan.org

In the News

August 17, 2022

Where to Find Help Repaying Student Loans in September

WHO-13

July 29, 2022

6 Things Parents Need to know Before Helping with Education Loans

Carroll Times Herald

July 13, 2022

Making an Educated Choice on Student Loans

Insight on Business

July 8, 2022

ISL CEO Offers Advice on Funding College

RadioIowa

May 25, 2022

Seven Ways to Help Your Student Prepare for Life Away from Home

Carroll Times Herald

April 27, 2022

Five Financial Literacy Tips for Parents

Carroll Times Herald

March 31, 2022

Free College Financing Information is Available

Carroll Times Herald

February 24, 2022

Accepting College Financial Aid

Carroll Times Herald

January 20, 2022

6 Ways to Help Your Student Save for College

Carroll Times Herald

January 2, 2022

Student Loan Pause through May 1 Will Affect Around Half A Million Iowans

WHO-13

December 30, 2021

3 Reasons to Choose a Career Before Choosing College

Carroll Times Herald

December 22, 2021

What Iowans Need to Know About the Student Loan Repayment Extension

Channel 5 We Are Iowa

November 31, 2021

Scholarships Are Free Money for College

Carroll Times Herald

November 22, 2021

With Student Loan Payments Set to Resume in Early 2022, Experts Say Now is the Time to Prepare

Channel 5 We Are Iowa

November 3, 2021

Iowa High School Seniors Could Win $2,000 for College After Learning More About Student Loans

Channel 5 We Are Iowa

October 18, 2021

Apply for 2022–2023 Financial Aid Now

Carroll Times Herald

September 26, 2021

Focus Public Affiars

WHO News Radio 1040

September 24, 2021

Regular Small Savings Deposits Add Up for College

Carroll Times Herald

August 20, 2021

Understanding Total College Cost

Carroll Times Herald

July 23, 2021

Six Things Parents Need to Know Before Helping with Education Loans

Carroll Times Herald


Fast Facts

Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corporation, which provides educational loans and other products under the name ISL Education Lending, was established in 1979 as a private, nonprofit corporation. Its mission is to help Iowa students and families obtain the resources necessary to succeed in postsecondary education. Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corporation has helped nearly 400,000 students pay for college. Based in West Des Moines, Iowa, the organization:

  • Together with its subsidiary, employs more than 150 individuals.
  • Is self-funded and self-capitalized.
  • Is governed by a board of directors that, since its inception, has been appointed by the governor of Iowa.
  • Does not have shareholders, nor does it receive state appropriations.

Operating as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corporation is subject to strict regulation of its exempt purpose and use of funds. No funds may be used for the private benefit of any officer or director of the company.