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Are Student Loans Inevitable?

We have been conditioned to think that student loans are inevitable. A necessary evil for today’s college student. But yesterday’s New York Times article on student loan debt has an optimistic message: One out of three students earn their BA degree with no student debt. That’s right — one-third of all undergrads will get through […]

What You Need To Know About Repaying Your Student Loans

For those of you whom graduated this past June, the grace period on your student loans is coming to an end.  Starting in January, you will be responsible for paying back the principle and interest of your student loans every single month, faithfully and on time, until they are paid off in their entirety. It’s […]

How Not Taking Out Student Loans Can Derail Your College Education

With the cost of tuition rising and the economy seizing up, it would seem that most students are going to need some form of student loan to pay for college. But according to a Monday report released by the Institute for Higher Education Policy, there are a growing number of students who forgo borrowing — […]

Student Loans in the New Obama Administration

A few months ago, I wrote a couple of posts comparing Obama’s views on financial aid to McCain’s views on financial aid.  Now that we have a new President (elect), I thought we should take a closer look at how federal financial aid, and specifically student loans, might look come January 21st under the new […]