The latest news on student loans
Here are some tips for planning the investment of a lifetime: paying for higher education.
Funding remains for these popular federal educational grants, though more changes are likely afoot.
Inform the school's financial aid office about changes in your ability to pay for college.
Make sure you understand the out-of-pocket expenses when paying for college.
Some students are graduating with more than $200,000 in debt.
College loans can take years to pay off, so choose them--and your school--wisely.
Before choosing a school, consider the amount of student debt you'll likely take on.
A new report suggests that a majority of students struggle to repay their loans.
Pay for college in the U.S. by exploring scholarship sites and your home country.
Both IBR and ICR offer an affordable monthly payment amount for student loans.