TICAS

AcronymDefinition
TICASThe Institute for College Access and Success
TICASTameside Independent Counselling and Advice Service (UK)
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Debbie Cochrane, research director at TICAS, an Oakland, California-based organization that focuses on issues of college affordability, said the students in the survey--titled "On the Verge: Costs and Tradeoffs Facing Community College Students"--are reflective of America's overall community college population.
Unfortunately, institutions are typically not using completion data to drive default prevention strategies, says Debbie Cochrane, research director for TICAS. "Many of the colleges inform borrowers about exit counseling only at graduation time.
While for-profit colleges enroll 13 percent of students, they account for about a fifth of federal loans and almost half of student-loan defaults, according to TICAS.
Noriega said Ticas' dilemma illustrated a statewide predicament.
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African-Americans are the group most likely to take out private loans, according to TICAS.