The latest news on student loans
What's the message when grads can't write a simple E-mail?
Indebtedness of recent graduates from four-year public and private nonprofit colleges is the focus.
Colleges and universities must have these tools on their sites, but they're not always easy to locate.
Read how the 'Pay As You Earn' proposal impacts loan consolidation, repayment, and consumer protection.
Out-of-state medical students at these public schools can expect to pay at least $60,000 each year.
Students graduating with high debt but uncertain job prospects
Despite misperceptions, borrowers won't be able to convert private student loans to Federal Direct ones.
In lieu of congressional action, the White House is tackling economic problems on a smaller scale.
A new deficit reduction plan and action on Capitol Hill will hurt students who need to borrow.
Sticking to his guns on policy could cost him votes.