The latest news on student loans
Loan forgiveness and interest-rate caps can ease the student debt burden for members of the military.
A Department of Education report states 66 percent of 2007-2008 graduates took out student loans.
The new federal regulations may encourage vocational programs to graduate students with less debt.
Loan forgiveness programs can help ease borrowers’ college debt burden, if they work in certain areas.
A new study says today's young college graduates will be forced to retire late thanks to student debt.
Increasing the information available about programs could benefit both undergraduates and law students.
Name changes, gender identification and strained family relationships can present FAFSA challenges.
Private loan borrowers suffer from a lack of flexibility in repayment and poor communication.
One student loan servicer reportedly has relatively few borrowers enrolled in income-based repayment.
Fake social media accounts claimed to give loan forgiveness due to the government shutdown.