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Monday, August 29, 2005

Collegiate Funding Services Adapts To Service The Growing Hispanic Market

According to The United States Census Bureau, Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic in the country, and according to estimates produced by The National Center for Education Statistics, Hispanic college student enrollment will jump from 11% to 15% percent by the year 2015.

Well, Collegiate Funding Services (CFS), one of the nation's leading providers of student loan consolidation products, is responding to these trends by providing, "enhanced information and access to federal student loan consolidations. " Here's a snippet from a recent press release that outlines the enhancements that CFS is implementing in order to better service America's Hispanic community:

"Through Collegiate Funding Services, Hispanic customers can:

  • Access bi-lingual loan consolidation counselors toll-free at 1-866-790-1670

  • Access marketing materials and legal documents -- from applications to promissory notes -- in their preferred language

  • Visit an interactive website at www.espanol.slcp.com and view videos on how to reduce monthly student loan payments through consolidation or use the payment calculator to estimate loan payments"
Click here to read the full press release.

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Anonymous Zack said...

In North Carolina we have more and more hispanics move here each year. The majority of them seem to be very hard workers and I hope their children get the opportunity to be able to go to college. I bet that by 2015 hispanic enrollment will be much higher than suggested.

Monday, November 28, 2005 11:42:00 AM  

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