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The White House's biggest crackdown on for-profit college debt takes effect

The era of students taking out bigger loans than they can ever repay may be drawing to a close at US for-profit colleges.

For a significant portion of Barack Obama’s presidency, his administration has been trying to… 249 more words

The New Grad’s Guide to Student Loan Debt

“Finishing college is surely cause to celebrate—but it is also time for some hard realities to hit.” 

This article provides information about what happens after graduation and you have to start paying back student loans.  236 more words

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The New Grad’s Guide to Student Loan Debt

“Finishing college is surely cause to celebrate—but it is also time for some hard realities to hit.” 

This article provides information about what happens after graduation and you have to start paying back student loans.  236 more words

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Free College!!!

In this day of excessive college debt, it’s always great to learn about new possibilities that make college more affordable.  With the average 2015 college graduate owing more than $35,000, the free college options listed below are excellent choices. 477 more words

5 tips for your first college credit card

The number of undergrads who own credit cards has been declining the past few years — dropping down to 30% in 2013.

But as students get closer to graduation, building good credit for post-grad purchases — such as a car — becomes increasingly important. 624 more words

VOICES FROM CAMPUS

College Debt + Saving Money = The (Nearly) Impossible Equation

Post authored by Jenna Moots

Graduation is a life altering time. I will be completely independent from my parents’ finances, and be responsible for paying rent and utility bills, buying groceries and gas, paying my cell phone bill, and… 403 more words

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How I Graduated from College … Totally Debt-Free

According to the most recent numbers from the Institute for College Access and Success, the average American college graduate walks out of school carrying close to $30,000 in debt. 1,562 more words