Register Today for COHEAO’s Annual Conference! 

COHEAO is thrilled to announce the registration of our 2021 annual conference, February 9-11. Click here to register.

For more than 40 years, COHEAO has served as the industry’s premier partnership of colleges, universities and organizations dedicated to promoting the Federal campus-based loan programs and addressing the most pressing issues in student financial services today. Driven by the demand for information and collaboration on the Perkins Loan Program, Student Financial Wellness and Student Financial Services, COHEAO provides opportunities for networking and professional development through its conferences, webinars and task forces, focusing on compliance, legislative and regulatory issues.

By advocating for the preservation and improvement of the campus-based programs, our membership is dedicated to providing greater access to students with need in achieving their goal of a higher education!


The Future of Perkins Loans

COHEAO continues to advocate for a long-term solution for the Perkins Program. COHEAO’s proposal for reauthorization is the Perkins ARC (Access Retention Completion) Loan. We will continue to work with Congress on securing a replacement for a much-needed campus-based program.

Task Forces & Committees

COHEAO has multiple task forces and committees that meet on a regular basis that are open to all members. The organization also convenes ad hoc working groups to address specific issues. Learn More

Conferences & Training

COHEAO hosts an Annual Conference  every January in Washington, DC and two workshops – fall and spring – at various locations throughout the country.  Learn More.

December 9, 2020 · by mlivolsi · Spark Notes

December 8, 2020 To: COHEAO MembersFrom: Harrison Wadsworth, Robert Moran, Jared Solomon, Jimmy Koch Today, Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) will introduce the Perkins Access, Retention, and Completion (ARC) Act, a bill to establish a new Perkins loan program. COHEAO has worked closely with Rep. Pocan and his staff over the past two years to get…

November 2, 2020 · by mlivolsi · Spark Notes

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today made public its final regulations changing Regulation F, implementing the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  The press release put out by the Bureau is below.  The regulations can be found here.  The regulations will take effect one year from when they are published in the Federal Register; that is…

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October 26, 2020 · by mlivolsi · Uncategorized

The Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organizations, a non-profit corporation and any of its affiliates (“COHEAO”) takes pride in the reputation it has acquired since its foundation and as a result, must make sure to protect its marks.  COHEAO is the sole owner of its logo and membership secures the COHEAO Member’s right to display…