#AskKantro Tweet Chat on 5/25: How Do I Choose a Student Loan?
The nation's leading financial aid expert, Mark Kantrowitz, will be live tweeting the answers to your questions on choosing a student loan. Find him on Twitter on 5/25 at 8 p.m. EST with hashtag, #AskKantro.
May 16, 2011
According to Mark Kantrowitz, roughly two-thirds of undergraduate students graduating with a Bachelor’s degree borrow for their education. Chances are, you’re going to need to take out a student loan for college too – whether you like it or not.
So how do you choose a student loan?
Regardless of if you’ve just started your college search, graduated from college or are somewhere in between, Mark Kantrowitz, @mkant, will be leading a Tweet Chat with the answers to your student loan questions.
Here are the details:
What: “How to Choose a Student Loan” #AskKantro Tweet chat
When: Wednesday May 25, 8:00 p.m. EST
Where: On Twitter! Just follow the hashtag, #AskKantro
Participate in the Tweet Chat by signing onto Twitter where financial aid expert Mark Kantrowitz will be tweeting live responses to all of your student loan questions. To join the chat, search the hashtag, #AskKantro, and look for Kantrowitz, who will be tweeting from his Twitter account, @mkant. Simply ask a question like, “Are there any advantages to choosing a private student loan over federally funded loans?” and wait for Kantrowitz’s response.
Mark Kantrowitz is a nationally recognized expert on student financial aid and scholarships. Quoted daily in national newspapers, Kantrowitz has been called to testify before Congress about financial aid, scholarships and student loans on several occasions. He’s also the author of the #1 Financial Aid ebook on Amazon, Secrets to Winning a Scholarship.
We can’t wait to see you there!
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