Empowering Students to Succeed
The path to a college degree—and a better future with long-term financial wellness—isn't an easy one for many students. Great Lakes' new Attigo™ suite of solutions will help you empower students to overcome the barriers to college access, persistence and graduation, and successful student loan repayment.
Attigo provides a new generation of student success solutions. A Latin word meaning “to reach” and “to achieve,” Attigo reflects our commitment to transforming lives through higher education. We're just getting started with this new set of tools and resources that will focus on financial wellness, persistence and graduation, and delinquency and default avoidance. We encourage you to check out our first Attigo solution—College Cost Meter™—and stay tuned for more announcements coming in the near future.
This comprehensive student loan repayment support service uses best-in-class technology and expert counselors to identify which students need help, when they need it, and how to provide it. Cohort Catalyst is the solution and Great Lakes is your student success partner.
College Cost Meter
This customizable tool meets your state requirements for sending student debt letters. It clearly presents student loan debt information to your students and empowers them to achieve better outcomes.
Why Attigo? Together we can improve outcomes.
Less than 50% of all college students graduate
24% of college students are low–income and first-generation
The completion rate for low–income students is about 9%
Empower Students to Make Sound Financial Choices
GradReady® gets students actively learning about financial topics with our free interactive online curriculum. It's easy for your students to gauge their debt/income ratio, budget their funds, and calculate future loan payments.
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