Cutting College Costs Articles
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Utilize these resources to repay your student loans or to manage your current financial situation.
Remember, loans are not free money!
Conversations that you should have sooner rather than later.
What would you be willing to do in order to erase your student debt?
Students often overlook opportunities to save - don't allow yourself to be one of them!
When you’re a student trying to pay for school, one of the greatest challenges can be managing your finances in the best way possible.
The financial aid gap keeps widening between low income and wealthy students -- why?
Make college more affordable with these tips.
With effort, you can save on tuition. Research, apply and repeat!
In addition to encouraging students to complete the FAFSA, the First Lady could send your school a special video message or speak at your commencement ceremony!
Is your dream college too expensive? Get the truth with a net price calculator.
Stop being a statistic and start getting smart about student debt.
These schools prove that it is possible to make educational funding readily available to their students.
After a series of summer negotiations, student loan interest rates have been restored to a more affordable percentage.
Families have adjusted to the post-recession when it comes to paying for school, using grants and scholarships to fund the rising college costs.
It seems as though many are considering the recent doubling of student loan rates as a tipping point to the education cost issue - with more alternative payment programs resulting.
The current interest rate is 3.4 percent and, starting the first of July, would double for more than seven million students.