April 6, 2020

Amidst the uncertainty and changing times, we're looking at each day as an opportunity to be here for your students and your school. We are making our tools and resources more available and we are listening.

However, if you're like us, your already crowded inbox is becoming even more crowded with emails. To reduce emails, we've started a monthly update email newsletter. We're going to do our best to limit our emails to monthly and use social media for additional updates.

Take a look below at what's coming up for items that can be used to help further the goals for your students. And, if you don't already, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to stay up-to-date on Inceptia.

We're here for you. Let us know how we can help!

Project Assistance – Leveraging Automation and User-Friendly Solutions

Verification Gateway
Transforming verification to provide time savings and expanded resources.
Read Success Stories.

PJ Advisor
Helping you manage professional judgements.

SAP Advisor
Making appeal management easier for students and staff.

Uncomplicating Contracts
We may be able to help you uncomplicate the contract process. Whether your state allows for cooperative purchasing or your area falls under a defined threshold, Inceptia's Verification Gateway solution may be within the outlined provisions. Learn more.

Anonymous Chat Added For Repayment Counseling Outreach

In order to provide more options and engage with borrowers who would prefer to remain anonymous, Inceptia has added chat functionality to our non-logged in websites targeting borrower repayment. Borrowers can now chat with a repayment counselor during standard business hours to gain insight on repayment options.

Chat is available on the following website pages:


For Inceptia Repayment Counseling Outreach clients, social media materials to help you promote the anonymous chat feature to your borrowers are available on your Inceptia dashboard.

Financial Aid Office Education Opportunities
Unraveling the Financial Aid Office in an Uncertain Time
Tuesday, April 7
11:00 a.m. to Noon CT

Join us as we talk with our panel of leading financial aid professionals from a diverse school background to find out what they are thinking about and planning for in the upcoming months as school sessions come to an end and planning for the next begins. We'll cover topics regarding verification, professional judgment, and SAP appeals.

20 Quick Financial Wins We Can Achieve With Students
Wednesday, April 8
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. CT

Students are often overwhelmed by the idea of money, budgeting, and financial planning. It's so big that they don't know where to start, how to create a plan and how to stay motivated to stay on track. Join us for an interactive session of sharing ideas on how to help students achieve some quick wins to improve their confidence, skills and knowledge, one baby step at a time.

Missed Opportunities and Abandoned Ambitions: Understanding and Combating Student Melt
Wednesday, May 13
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. CT
There are some incoming freshmen who have taken all the necessary steps to start college but simply disappear over the summer. And there are currently enrolled students who have done what it takes to persist, but leave school due to verification roadblocks. Both sets of students are opposite sides of the same "student melt" coin, resulting in lost opportunities for both college and learner. So what can we do to combat melt?

Share this Great Advice with Your Students
Great Advice for Grads

It's here! Check out our 7th edition of the Great Advice for Grads e-guide providing college graduates with the financial advice they need, at a time when they need it most. Click here to read it or download a flyer to share!

The More You Know: Great Advice for Grad & Pro

Check it out! We designed our newest e-guide specifically for graduate and professional students. Filled with financial tips, loan repayment strategies and more! Click here to read Grad & Pro or download a flyer!

Student Webinars to Promote Financial Education During School Closures
Weird Science: Understanding How Your Mind and Emotions Affect Your Money
Wednesday, April 1
11:30 a.m. to Noon CT

If you are ready to get serious about taking charge of your finances, you need to start by understanding the link between your mind, your emotions, and your wallet. This fun, 30-minute session will help you identify your unique Money Personality and both the pros and cons of how you handle your money. We'll even leave you with tips to retrain your brain so that you can begin to make intentional spending choices, rather than being ruled by emotions!

Getting Ready for Student Loan Repayment
Wednesday, April 22
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CT

If you're preparing to graduate, don't plan to return to school, or will drop below half-time enrollment, the repayment clock will soon begin ticking on your federal loans. Head into repayment with the information you need to make smart choices and avoid costly mistakes.

Additional Resources
This is also a great time to promote FAFSA completion. In addition to the Financial Avenue course, we also offer all schools access to our free FAFSA Toolkit. You may also access other valuable resources on

Inceptia, a division of National Student Loan Program (NSLP), is a nonprofit organization committed to offering effective and uncomplicated solutions in verification, financial aid management, financial education, and repayment wellness. Our mission is to support schools as they launch brilliant futures for students, armed with the knowledge to become financially responsible citizens. Since 1986, we have helped more than two million students at 5,500 schools reach their higher education dreams. Each year we help nearly 340,000 students learn how to pay for college, navigate financial aid, borrow wisely, and resolve their student loan repayment challenges. Our solutions are designed to support student success by helping financial aid administrators maximize resources, so they can spend more time focusing on students. Learn more at