Monthly Archives: August 2014

College loans weigh heavily long after school days end

Aug 20, 2014 | | Say something

College loans weigh heavily long after school days end A college education used to be a tuition-free proposition. California, for instance, offered qualified students free higher education until the 1960s. Then-Gov. Ronald Reagan ended free college, a move for which he caught considerable flak from his … Read more on Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier U.S. […more]

Loans For College Students: Good Finances That Eases The Pressure

Aug 16, 2014 | | Say something

These days, pursuing higher education in the various academic filed is considered to be an expensive affair. In fact, most of the students, who are not affluent to bear the cost, end up with no option. This is certainly an area of major concern, as it may lead to serious problems. Nevertheless, the provision of […more]

Latest College Grants News

Aug 11, 2014 | | Say something

Treasurer stumps for college grant program SPRINGFIELD — State Treasurer Mike Frerichs is on the road in a push to get the General Assembly and the governor to restore funding for a need-based program to help Illinoisans attend college. “These are not scholarships given out so people can go … Read more on The Rock River […more]

Student Loans

Aug 3, 2014 | | Say something

Student Loans Because of the College's concern for student debt levels, the Perkins Loan is used to supplement the FDSL. Except in extreme situations, total student borrowing awarded by the college in any given year is limited to a maximum of $ 7,500. Once your FDSL … Read more on