1 CBO's March 2015 Baseline Projections for the Student Loan Program. These five tables detail the costs, loan volumes, and subsidy rates for the direct student loan program for CBO's March 2015 baseline. Table 1 includes the cost projection for each budget account associated with the student loan programs. Table 2 includes the loan volume and subsidy rate projections for the direct student loans. Table 3 includes the detailed components of the federal student loan subsidy rates for fiscal year Table 4 includes expenditures for Student Aid Administration. Table 5 includes the projection of the borrower interest rates. The definitions of budget authority, program obligations, and outlays as they apply to the student loan program subsidy or "program" accounts are as follows: Subsidy budget authority figures express what total subsidy costs would be if all the loans for which an application was received during a year were made. But all loans are seldom made--only about 90 percent. This is because prospective borrowers either do not show up for school or decide not to take all or part of the loan. Subsidy obligations are the costs associated with all loans for which there will be at least one cash disbursement (shown on the attached tables as Net Annual Loan Volume). Typically, the subsidy obligation estimates are not included in budget tables. Subsidy outlays reflect the subsidy obligations adjusted for the timing of the loan dollar disbursements. Because of the multiple disbursement requirements and the timing of the academic school year calendars compared to the federal fiscal year, only about two-thirds of the dollars are disbursed to the borrowers during the first fiscal year. The remaining dollars are disbursed in the following year.
2 Table 1. Student Loan Program Budget Account Totals CBO's March 2015 Baseline (Millions of dollars, by fiscal year) Guaranteed Loans Guaranteed Loan Program Account (Subsidy) Budget Authority -3, Outlays -3, Guaranteed Loan Program Liquidating Account Budget Authority Outlays Federal Student Loan Reserve Fund Budget Authority Outlays Subtotal, Guaranteed Loans Budget Authority -3, Outlays -3, Direct Loans Direct Loan Program Account (Subsidy) Budget Authority -4,538-13,092-11,245-9,840-8,119-6,989-7,372-7,630-7,908-8,054-8,257 Outlays -2,970-12,730-10,561-9,202-7,783-6,624-6,539-6,807-7,052-7,223-7,390 Student Aid Administration Student Aid Administration (Discretionary) Budget Authority 1,397 1,422 1,451 1,485 1,519 1,555 1,591 1,628 1,666 1,705 1,744 Outlays 1,268 1,372 1,425 1,464 1,497 1,532 1,568 1,605 1,642 1,680 1,719 Student Aid Administration (Mandatory) Budget Authority 1,761 1,864 1,930 1,959 1,958 1,975 1,978 1,999 2,021 2,045 2,072 Outlays 1,818 1,878 1,924 1,951 1,958 1,971 1,978 1,994 2,015 2,039 2,065 Subtotal, Student Aid Administration Budget Authority 3,158 3,286 3,381 3,444 3,477 3,530 3,569 3,627 3,687 3,750 3,816 Outlays 3,086 3,250 3,349 3,415 3,455 3,503 3,546 3,599 3,657 3,719 3,784 Total Student Loans Budget Authority -4,550-9,806-7,859-6,392-4,638-3,455-3,801-4,003-4,222-4,304-4,442 Outlays -3,259-9,655-7,355-5,907-4,433-3,213-3,075-3,278-3,455-3,557-3,650 NOTES: Fiscal Year 2015 Credit Reestimates and Loan Modifications (included above) Components may not add up to totals because of rounding. Budget Authority 9,057 Outlays 9,057
3 Table 2. Total Direct Loan Program (New Loans Only) CBO's March 2015 Baseline (By fiscal year) Total All New Loans a Net Annual Loan Volume (Millions of dollars) 104, , , , , , , , , , ,415 Net Number of Loans (Thousands) 19,855 20,203 20,531 20,856 21,192 21,515 21,818 22,129 22,450 22,773 23,101 Average Loan Amount $5,239 $5,302 $5,363 $5,433 $5,500 $5,563 $5,630 $5,698 $5,766 $5,835 $5,905 Subsidy Rate b, c, d % % -9.13% -7.79% -6.27% -5.28% -5.42% -5.47% -5.52% -5.48% -5.47% Subsidized Student Loans Net Annual Loan Volume (Millions of dollars) 26,733 27,501 28,286 29,070 29,910 30,787 31,599 32,449 33,338 34,244 35,174 Net Number of Loans (Thousands) 8,216 8,369 8,522 8,672 8,834 9,003 9,149 9,302 9,462 9,623 9,787 Average Loan Amount $3,254 $3,286 $3,319 $3,352 $3,386 $3,420 $3,454 $3,488 $3,523 $3,558 $3,594 Subsidy Rate b, c, d -0.37% 3.20% 5.27% 6.77% 8.21% 9.13% 9.05% 9.03% 9.00% 9.01% 9.02% Unsubsidized Student Loans: Undergraduate Net Annual Loan Volume (Millions of dollars) 28,600 29,406 30,175 30,903 31,650 32,382 33,131 33,897 34,681 35,483 36,304 Net Number of Loans (Thousands) 8,216 8,364 8,498 8,616 8,737 8,851 8,966 9,082 9,200 9,320 9,441 Average Loan Amount $3,481 $3,516 $3,551 $3,587 $3,622 $3,659 $3,695 $3,732 $3,770 $3,807 $3,845 Subsidy Rate b, c, d % -8.24% -6.95% -5.87% -4.66% -3.83% -3.98% -4.02% -4.08% -4.06% -4.04% Unsubsidized Student Loans: Graduate Net Annual Loan Volume (Millions of dollars) 28,683 29,709 30,654 31,571 32,461 33,278 34,063 34,866 35,688 36,529 37,390 Net Number of Loans (Thousands) 2,024 2,071 2,112 2,149 2,183 2,212 2,237 2,263 2,289 2,315 2,341 Average Loan Amount $14,175 $14,345 $14,517 $14,691 $14,868 $15,046 $15,227 $15,409 $15,594 $15,781 $15,971 Subsidy Rate b, c, d % % % % -9.11% -7.97% -8.13% -8.19% -8.25% -8.19% -8.19% GradPLUS Student Loans Net Annual Loan Volume (Millions of dollars) 8,751 9,185 9,631 10,120 10,609 11,060 11,592 12,150 12,733 13,344 13,984 Net Number of Loans (Thousands) Average Loan Amount $16,406 $16,849 $17,354 $17,875 $18,411 $18,963 $19,532 $20,118 $20,722 $21,344 $21,984 Subsidy Rate b, c, d % % % % % % % % % % % Parent Loans Net Annual Loan Volume (Millions of dollars) 11,243 11,323 11,355 11,641 11,932 12,190 12,453 12,722 12,996 13,276 13,562 Net Number of Loans (Thousands) Average Loan Amount $12,989 $13,249 $13,448 $13,649 $13,854 $14,062 $14,273 $14,487 $14,704 $14,925 $15,149 Subsidy Rate b, c, d % % % % % % % % % % % a. Totals exclude consolidation loans. Components may not add up to totals because of rounding. b. The subsidy rate is the net present value of the future federal cash flows associated with the loan dollars disbursed to borrowers each year. For example, the 2016 federal cost associated with the $107,123 million in new loan volume would be -$11,678 million or % of the new loan volume [$107,123 * = -$11,678]. In other words, the federal government will save on average about 11 cents for each new dollar loaned in c. Subsidy rates do NOT include federal administrative costs associated with disbursing and servicing loans. Those administrative costs are included in the budget on a cash basis (see Table 4). d. Subsidy rates were calculated using CBO's March 2015 interest rate forecast.
4 Table 3. Detail of the Fiscal Year Values for the 2016 Federal Subsidy Rates Direct Subsidized Loans: Fees -1.00% Disbursement 99.60% Principal Repaid % Interest Paid % Total Subsidy Rate 3.20% Direct Unsubsidized Loans: Undergraduate Fees -1.00% Disbursement 99.62% Principal Repaid % Interest Paid % Total Subsidy Rate -8.24% Direct Unsubsidized Loans: Graduate Fees -1.00% Disbursement 99.57% Principal Repaid % Interest Paid % Total Subsidy Rate % Direct GradPLUS Loans Fees -3.98% Disbursement 99.55% Principal Repaid % Interest Paid % Total Subsidy Rate % Direct Parent Loans Fees -3.98% Disbursement 99.49% Principal Repaid % Interest Paid % Total Subsidy Rate % Notes: Components may not add up to totals because of rounding. The federal subsidy rates are shown in percent for each dollar loaned. Because of changes in the economic forecast and borrower interest rates, subsidy rates are substantially different for years later than 2015.
5 Table 4. Student Aid Administration CBO's March 2015 Baseline (Millions of dollars, by fiscal year) Mandatory Administrative Costs Outstanding Guaranteed Loans Administrative Account Budget Authority Outlays Default Prevention a Budget Authority (included in the Federal Outlays Student Loan Reserve Account) Loan Collection Costs a Budget Authority (included in the Liquidating Outlays Account) Subtotal, Mandatory Budget Authority Outlays Direct Loans Administrative Account Budget Authority 1,025 1,387 1,483 1,541 1,570 1,613 1,642 1,686 1,729 1,773 1,818 Outlays 1,094 1,282 1,430 1,515 1,562 1,602 1,635 1,675 1,719 1,762 1,807 Nonprofit Loan Servicers Budget Authority Outlays Subtotal, Mandatory Budget Authority 1,252 1,387 1,483 1,541 1,570 1,613 1,642 1,686 1,729 1,773 1,818 Outlays 1,300 1,393 1,470 1,526 1,562 1,602 1,635 1,675 1,719 1,762 1,807 Total Mandatory Budget Authority 1,819 1,916 1,976 1,999 1,994 2,006 2,004 2,020 2,039 2,060 2,084 Outlays 1,899 1,950 1,987 2,006 2,006 2,012 2,013 2,023 2,040 2,059 2,082 Discretionary Administrative Costs b Budget Authority 1,397 1,422 1,451 1,485 1,519 1,555 1,591 1,628 1,666 1,705 1,744 Outlays 1,268 1,372 1,425 1,464 1,497 1,532 1,568 1,605 1,642 1,680 1,719 Total Administrative Costs a Note: Components may not add up to totals because of rounding. Budget Authority 3,216 3,338 3,427 3,484 3,513 3,561 3,595 3,648 3,705 3,765 3,828 Outlays 3,167 3,322 3,412 3,470 3,503 3,544 3,581 3,628 3,682 3,739 3,801 a. Funds for default prevention are included in the budget in the Student Loan Reserve Fund Account, and funds for administering pre-1992 loans are included in the Liquidating Account; not the Student Aid Administration account. They are included in the total for Administration. b. Some of the funds for discretionary administrative costs are used for other student aid programs such as Pell grants.
6 Table 5. Projection of Borrower Interest Rates CBO's March 2015 Baseline (Interest rates as of July 1 of each year) Actual Actual year Treasury % capped 8.25% 3.86% 4.66% 4.73% 5.34% 5.76% 6.01% 6.19% 6.26% 6.26% 6.27% 6.28% 6.27% 6.27% 10-year Treasury % capped 9.50% 5.41% 6.21% 6.28% 6.88% 7.28% 7.51% 7.66% 7.73% 7.74% 7.75% 7.76% 7.74% 7.75% 10-year Treasury % capped 10.50% 6.41% 7.21% 7.28% 7.88% 8.28% 8.51% 8.66% 8.73% 8.74% 8.75% 8.76% 8.74% 8.75% Notes: Borrower interest rates are fixed for the life of the loan. Each year on July 1, the borrower interest rate is adjusted based on the last auction in May for the 10-year Treasury rate. That rate is in effect for all newly issued loans from July 1 through the following June 30. The borrower interest rates used for estimating the cost of the student loan program are different from the rates shown above. The rates used for cost estimating purposes are projected using a Monte Carlo method to capture the effect of capping the interest rates.
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