01
Feb
Colleges With the Least Student Debt Per Borrower in the Pacific Region

The Pacific region of the United States includes Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. This area has a population of 52.8 million, with the majority of that total being accounted for within California’s borders. Some of the largest cities in this region include Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, and Seattle. Silicon Valley, which [&he

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01
Feb
Colleges With the Least Student Debt Per Borrower in the Southeast

The Southeast region of the United States is comprised of 12 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Virginia, West Virginia, Mississippi, Kentucky and Tennessee. In recent decades, the economic environment in these states has evolved immensely. Large businesses in the fields of manufacturing, technology, finance, and biomedi

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31
Jan
Colleges With the Least Student Debt Per Borrower in the Northeast

The Northeastern United States is the oldest and most historic region in the country. The region was inhabited by numerous Native American tribes prior to European colonists’ establishment of a large, settling population in the 17th century. Today, the Northeastern U.S. is considered the most economically developed and most densely populated region in the nation. [&helli

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25
Jan
The 150 Small Private Colleges with the Least Average Student Debt Per Borrower

There are numerous steps that high school students all across the United States must take each year to complete the college decision making process. Some students have had their “dream schools” in mind since they were young children, others don’t have a clue in the world. For those who are entering the process with an open mind, […]

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19
Jan
The Top 50 College Financial Literacy Programs of 2018

Financial literacy is an increasingly concerning issue among the Millennial generation. The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) defines financial literacy as: “Possessing the skills and knowledge on financial matters to confidently take effective action that best fulfills an individual’s personal, family and global community goals.” Educational focus on

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17
Jan
Robo-Advisors Encouraging Millennials to Invest, But Do They Understand How It Works?

Robo-advisors are largely considered “the future of investing” according to a new LendEDU poll that surveyed 1000 current users. This easy-to-use and widely available form of investing in the stock market is encouraging first-time investors to get involved. But, do these new players understand how robo-advisors work? Are they even aware of simple realities in the mar

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