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Financing Options to Pay for College

A college degree is no longer a gold star on a job applicant’s résumé – it’s a necessity to even be able to apply. Financing college tuition, however, has become more and more difficult for the average family as costs continue to skyrocket.

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What a Federal Student Loan Forbearance Extension Means for You

In March, the U.S. government offered student loan holders relief from the looming crunch of repayments as unemployment rates surged during the beginning of the pandemic. Relief came in the form of a government-mandated automatic federal loan forbearance.

College Living

How Not to Regret Your Time at College

It’s difficult not to feel skeptical about college nowadays. Student loans dragging new graduates down; burnout millennials that can’t properly start their life as adults because of the low prospects for a good job. Times have changed and there’s no denying that college leaves a lot of people with a sense of regret.

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4 Surprising Facts about Student Loans

If you’re interested in higher education, you are likely acquainted with financial assistance loans from the US government and private lenders. Student loan intricacies can be a major headache, but there are also some less-known facts that you can take advantage of.

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4 Interesting Facts about Student Loan Debt in the U.S.

Pew Research Center analyzed data from the Survey of Household Economics and Decision making done by the Federal Reserve in 2016 and came up with the following facts about student loans in America.

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4 Ways to get the Government to Forgive Your Student Loan Debt

There are stories of students who have worked their way through college and managed to graduate without the debt. However, it is a small percentage considering that over 70% of college graduates leave college with at least $28,900 of debt.

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Paying for College – Which Type of Student Loan Do I Choose?

You have the credit card, the student loan and the freedom to be responsible with yourself without the immediate obligatory parental permit –– well, at least that may be what it seems.

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Private and Federal – How to Choose the Best Student Loan for You

The reality is that if you can’t pay for your education yourself or get a full-time scholarship, you are probably looking into getting a student loan. The main purpose of this article is to provide information based on which you can decide which student loan is best for you.

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4 Student Loan Repayment Tips for new College Graduates

Now that you have graduated collage, your student loans are the first and at the same time the last thing on your mind. You want to celebrate your achievement, but you are still thinking of how to repay your student loans.

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4 Student Loan Repayment Tips

Now that you have graduated collage, your student loan is the first and at the same time the last thing on your mind.

Campus News

Corinthian Colleges Abruptly Shuts Down

Corinthian Colleges, under intense scrutiny including from the federal government, abruptly closed its doors on Sunday.

Career Planning

7 After College Tips for Graduating Students

Tassel turning time will soon be here and that means nearly two million people will get their associate, bachelor’s, master’s or other advanced degree.