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TABPHE Responds to the Biden Administration’s Student Debt Relief Plan

Thursday, September 01, 2022 8:41 AM | Adrian Jackson (Administrator)

Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education (TABPHE) is responding to the Biden  Administration’s efforts concerning the student loan relief plan. This long-awaited presidential vision is to help millions of debt-burdened students find financial relief with their student loans.

TABPHE’s vision is to ensure equity, access, and affordable education for all disenfranchised and marginalized minority students. Education is necessary and should be affordable, but the continued rising cost of higher education makes it harder for students to repay their loans. The Student Debt Relief Plan, announced by the Biden Administration is an action plan that promotes “the progress of Blacks in the pursuit of access to all aspects of the educational process” (TABPHE Constitution, 2022).

TABPHE stands with the Biden Administration’s decision to help ease the burden of indebted students. This is a relief for millions of predominantly minority and low-income students. We will encourage our students to take advantage of this great opportunity to reduce their student loan debt and embrace financial literacy.

To receive a more comprehensive understanding of the Student Debt Relief Plan, here is a resource from the U.S. Department of Education:



Dr. Charles Leslie

TABPHE Legislative Chair


Dr. Angela Anderson

TABPHE Legislative Committee


Dr. Yvonne Frear

TABPHE Legislative Committee

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