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According to Vemo Education vice president and co-founder, Bill Brosseau, income share agreements help institutions to be more thoughtful, strategic, and adaptable to helping students most in need as they tackle doubts around affording their post-secondary education. Vemo’s efforts hinge on helping balance student and institutional needs to ease anxieties of college affordability for both.

NACUBO’s vice president for policy and research, Liz Clark, sits down with Brosseau to talk about ISAs and how institutions can be student-focused and financially astute with a careful application of this innovative financial aid tool.


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