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Influencer Outreach Toolkit

On behalf of the Minnesota Department of Commerce, thank you for serving as a trusted source of information on the new Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights for Minnesotans who have student debt.

This toolkit includes social media content for you to easily share with your followers on social media so Minnesota student loan borrowers are informed and empowered about their rights when they deal with loan servicers. Loan servicers are required to be responsive and responsible so borrowers are treated fairly as they work to repay their student loans.

We encourage you to use these posts on all social media platforms. We also hope you will share this social media toolkit with others so they can spread the word as well.

Social Media Posts

To post the content in this toolkit, download the provided image and create a new post on the appropriate social media platform using the copy and associated image.

Share posts from Commerce’s social media:
Twitter @MNCommerce
Facebook @MNCommerce
LinkedIn @Minnesota Department of Commerce

When posting, be sure to tag Commerce. Thanks!

Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn Posts

Post #1
Knowledge is power. Know the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. As you repay your student loans, you have the power to require the company servicing your loan to respond and be responsible. https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Post #2
Are you a cosigner on someone’s college loan or maybe you know someone with student debt? Make sure to learn about the new Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Post #3
Got student loans? You’ve got rights! The loan service company needs to respond and be responsible. Learn about the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights: https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Post #4
Knowledge is power. Know the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. As you repay your student loans, you have the power to require the company servicing your loan to respond and be responsible. https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Twitter Posts

Post #1
Knowledge is power. Know the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. As you repay your student loans, you have the power to require the company servicing your loan to respond and be responsible. #studentloans #studentloandebt https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Post #2
Are you a cosigner on someone’s college loan or maybe you know someone with student debt? Make sure to learn about the new Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. #studentloans #studentloandebt https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Post #3
Got student loans? You’ve got rights! The loan service company needs to respond and be responsible. Learn about the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. #studentloans #studentloandebt https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Post #4
Knowledge is power. Know the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. As you repay your student loans, you have the power to require the company servicing your loan to respond and be responsible. #studentloans #studentloandebt https://tinyurl.com/MNstudentBorrowerRights

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Lieutenant Governor Video Post

To share this video, copy the text and YouTube link below and post it to your social channels.

Are you a student loan borrower? The new Student Borrower Bill of Rights requires loan servicers to be responsive and responsible. Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan & the MN Department of Commerce are here to protect you. Check out the Lt Governor’s message here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yY2Ces9KX5o

Representative Stephenson Video Post

To share this video, copy the text and YouTube link below and post it to your social channels.

Knowledge is power. Know the protections you have through Minnesota’s Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights. As you repay your student loans, you have the power to require the company servicing your loan to respond and be responsible. #MNStudentLoans
https://youtu.be/D8PgbW6HRvk