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EFC Voting Members
EFC Voting Membership is open to private and public nonprofit organizations and state agencies whose primary purpose is the purchase, servicing, origination, or funding of education loans and the improvement of students and families’ access to and success in higher education. EFC's primary membership is comprised of its Voting Members, who form the governing structure of EFC and drive the agenda of the association.
All Voting Members help to shape the direction of the organization by participating in private meetings and calls and by voting on critical bylaws changes. Voting Members are provided with up-to-the-minute updates on political developments to ensure that they are fully informed of developments critical to their operations.
Benefits for Voting Members include premier representation on Capitol Hill and with the Administration, EFC committee participation, member discounts to EFC conferences, daily news analysis and EFC publications, member-only conference calls, regulatory and legislative analysis, access to industry research and reports, and access to individualized assistance from EFC staff.
More details about EFC Voting Membership are available HERE.
EFC Affiliate Members
EFC Affiliate Membership is open to for-profit and nonprofit organizations interested in the availability, administration, or funding of education loans and may include banks, credit unions, guaranty agencies, brokerage houses, rating agencies, debt collection organizations, loan servicers, bond counsel, accounting firms, student loan finance corporations, and software developers.
Benefits of Affiliate Membership include valuable networking opportunities with Voting Members, member discounts to EFC conferences, daily news analysis, member-only conference calls and webinars, regulatory and legislative analysis, access to industry research and reports, and access individualized assistance from EFC staff.
More details about EFC Affiliate Membership are available HERE.