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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Sunday renewed a call for legislation that would allow student borrowers to refinance their federal student loans at lower interest rates, urging President Barack Obama to push the effort in his State of the Union speech
A small but growing group of colleges are guaranteeing students that they will help them pay their student loan bills until they secure a well-paying job. Known as a loan repayment assistance program, the colleges offer to pay undergraduate student's
Every senior is encouraged to submit this form, even if it is believed that they will not qualify for state or federal aid...They will have the chance to amend this information at a later date with the IRS Data Retrieval Tool ...The website states
The new year could be just as tumultuous for college borrowers. The pending reauthorization of the Higher Education Act could usher in myriad changes to federal student loan programs and interest rates for 2014-2015 loans likely won't remain the same.
Student loan sell-off 'won't change repayments' BBC News education correspondent The loans covering higher tuition fees will be sold to private buyers There is a "clear intention" to sell to a private buyer the student loans taken out to cover higher
Because the federal government tightened standards for lending to parents, many colleges have scrambled to help students find the money they need to stay in college over the past two years. For historically black colleges and universities, including
Often, people will pursue a degree in the field in order to be more qualified than other applicants. In many cases, these individuals do not have the resources available to fund their education, so they have to take out student loans. Once they have
To heighten the anxiety, no month passes without a critic proclaiming that college is a pedantic waste of money, while opinion polls show a rising fraction of the public doubts the value of a college education. Yet many studies find that college
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At $25,280 apiece, students at Colorado Mesa had the fourth-highest average student loan debt upon graduation among four-year public schools in Colorado last year, according to data released this month by the Colorado Department of Higher Education.