National Design Services Act Offers Architects Student Debt Relief

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The National Design Services Act (NDSA) is a bill that was recently brought forth to the House and Senate to offer young architects relief from student debt while benefiting local, under-served communities with architectural design. The bill would authorize the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to create a program allowing architecture students to work with local Community Design Centers in exchange for help with their student loans. Communities will, in turn, benefit by receiving a broad range of architecture services that may not have otherwise been available.

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