Monthly Archives: December 2013

Five college financing updates all students and parents should know about

Dec 30, 2013 | | Say something

Five college financing updates all students and parents should know about High school seniors apply for college between October and December, but as it stands they don't see their Expected Family Contribution — a determinant of how much financial aid they can receive — until the FAFSA is available the following January. Read more on […more]

Latest College Loan Options News

Dec 23, 2013 | | Say something

PwC to start giving employees 00 a year in student loan debt assistance "The reality is a young adult with $ 35,000 and $ 40,000 in student loans, they don't care about a 401(k)," says Andrew Josuweit, CEO of Student Loan Hero, a website that helps users manage student loan accounts and research repayment options. […more]

SFI March on Self-financing College Issue

Dec 21, 2013 | | Say something

SFI March on Self-financing College Issue THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The SFI will carry out a protest march to the Secretariat here against the state government's decision to scuttle entrance to self-financing medical colleges in the state. The organisation said medical students and their parents … Read more on The New Indian Express Workshops target college financing The […more]

Will Congress save a student loan program that helps the neediest college kids?

Dec 15, 2013 | | Say something

Will Congress save a student loan program that helps the neediest college kids? “It is the one program available to financial aid administrators that can make the difference to a student that has a balance due and has already exhausted all grant aid options and direct loan options, but doesn't have someone to co-sign on […more]

Latest College Loan Options News

Dec 11, 2013 | | Say something

Mom not out of options for repaying daughter's college loan DEAR ABBY >> Your advice to “Poor Birth Mother in Georgia” on June 12 — “Because the college loan agreement with your daughter was verbal and wasn't put in writing, you don't have a legal means to force her to assume the loan payments” — […more]