- December 14, 2017
- Posted by: Kerry Schneider
- Category: Clarkson University, Income Share Agreements (ISAs), Vemo Partners
Newswise — Clarkson University, today, announced that students entering into the 2018-2019 school year will now have access to an innovative student finance model that allows them to reduce the upfront cost of college by paying a set percentage of their income after graduation. The initiative, known as the Lewis Income Share Agreement (LISA), underscores the mutual commitment between Clarkson and each student to achieve the best career outcome possible. Students who participate in the program will receive LISA funding as well as intensified career advising focused on developing their leadership skills, and supporting them in career exploration and preparation. The program is designed to give students an alternative framework for financing education in a way that ignites personal and professional goals leading to accelerated, early career success.