Tag Archives: student loans

What If

Sponsored Advertising Content “Ask The Experts” is written and provided by Scholarship Media. It does not reflect the views of The Collegian or its advertisers. What happens to my student debt if something bad happens to me? As if being ...

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Robert A. Dahlquist: Jubilee solution will eliminate student loan crisis

Following the Lehman banking debacle of 2008, the government-sponsored bailout of “Too Big to Fail” banks did nothing to stimulate the economy because 70 percent of the economy is consumer driven. The only way to stimulate the economy is to ...

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Student loans: default rates down, but costs increasing

The rate at which people default on their student loans is decreasing nationally, according to the newest numbers from the U.S. Department of Education, even though the average debt owed by each student continues to reach historic highs. The most ...

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Student federal loan rates stabilize after brief spike

Students at Fresno State carrying the weight of heavy loans and financial aid received positive news this summer when Congress passed legislation keeping loan rates low.

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Managing student loan debt

Over the last few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to get out of Washington and talk with folks across the country about how we can create jobs and get our economy growing faster.

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Student loans: What you should know

As tuition and fees begin to increase for CSU’s and UC’s alike, students are turning to various ways of paying for their education.

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