President Obama announced that he’d like to see tuition-free community colleges. Senator Bernie Sanders, candidate for President, went so far as to introduce a bill that would eliminate undergraduate tuition altogether at all 4-year public colleges and universities.
The U.S. Department of Education has published their list of of schools facing extra scrutiny as of June 1, 2015, and it’s a good idea to check if yours is on the list.
A total of
The U.S. Department of Education, as part of a continuing public relations effort to look like it’s trying to help federal student loan borrowers, on July 7, 2015 announced an enormous expansion of the highly-regarded
For millions of student loan borrowers, Sallie Mae is synonymous with educational finance. Now there’s a new name in town – Navient.
Founded in 1973, Sallie Mae (the nickname of The Student Loan Marketing Association) operated
Susanne Soederberg, a professor of political studies and global development studies at Queen’s University in Canada, is calling for the student loan industry to be, “revealed, attacked, and uprooted.”
In her article on Dollars & Sense,
There’s a new clock out there to obsess over – the student debt clock. It shows that we’re racking up more and more debt by the second – in fact, America’s student-loan debt is growing
In the wake of the collapse of Corinthian Colleges, tens of thousands of student loan borrowers have faced what can best be described as an uphill battle in their quest for student loan debt relief.
Just because you list a student loan debt on your bankruptcy case doesn’t mean it’s wiped out once the case is over. You need to take additional action – but before that, you need to