How to fix the $2-billion backlog in student loans

How to fix the $2-billion backlog in student loans

The backlog of student loans at Waukesa Technical College and its related institutions is $2.8 billion, up from $2 billion in fiscal year 2018, according to the college’s finance department.

It said that as a result, the university has begun the process of transferring the student loan debt to a new bank account and is working with the federal government to move the outstanding balances to a separate, government-controlled account.

The department said it has been working with state and federal governments to ensure students have access to a federal-backed repayment plan.

On Friday, Waukegan Public Schools announced it would close its technical college and add technical assistant jobs, including a position at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, which has the second largest student loan balance in the country.

The school is also moving its technical assistant position to Wauwatosa, where it will be managed by a separate contractor.

Wauwaukepa has about 3,400 students and is one of the top technical colleges in the state.

“As a result of our work with our partners, we have made a significant investment in our technology offerings,” the school said in a statement.

The department said students who have outstanding balances at Wausau Public Schools and are not eligible for a federal loan will be able to access a repayment plan from the Department of Education.

It is unclear when that will happen, or if it will occur before the end of the year.

More than 4,000 students were in the university’s financial aid program, which pays for college fees, books and supplies, for fiscal year 2019, and another 2,000 were in its student aid program.

The university said it is working to address the backlog.

About 1,000 technical students who were not in the financial aid or student aid programs are being transferred to Wauskepa, the college said.

At Waukenas technical college in the city of Waukomish, there are about 1,500 students enrolled in the program, but about 2,400 are in its loan program, said Mike McGovern, Wauskesa’s chief financial officer.

He said there are a number of other technical colleges across the country that have similar financial aid programs, including Waukeepeech, a technical college near Portland, Ore.

McGovern said the university is working on a program to transfer student loans to its federal-sponsored repayment plan and will announce that when it launches.

As for Wauskas financial aid, Woskeas is a community college, meaning that it does not have to use state aid or any other form of student aid.

It does not provide aid to any students, said Woskesa spokeswoman Natalie Jagger.