Private Student Loans

17
Jul
Michigan Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants Guide

When Michigan students apply for financial aid, they go through a specific process. The crucial step is to complete and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. The FAFSA is used by all colleges to determine eligibility for state and federal financial aid, as well as the Expected Family […]

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13
Jul
North Carolina Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants Guide

A wide variety of financial aid options are available for students in both the federal and private sectors. North Carolina college students also have several state-specific options. Take advantage of all of the available opportunities, by following the step-by-step financial aid process. Below we will cover North Carolina student loan, scholarship, and grant opportunities.

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26
Jun
Guide to Pennsylvania Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Students looking for resources to fund college in Pennsylvania can turn to options like state-based student loans, as well as scholarships and college grants specific to the state. The best option for you can hinge on several factors, such as your school choice, how much funding you’ll need, and your academic background. To review some […]

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14
Jun
Guide to Texas Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Just like the rest of the country, the majority of Texan students need outside funding to achieve their postsecondary education dreams. According to The Institute for College Access & Success, more than half of Texas graduates carry student loan debt, making it more crucial than ever for students to first seek out free or low-cost funding options. […]

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12
Jun
Guide to Georgia Scholarships, Grants, and Student Loans

On average, the Georgia graduate carries $27,657 in student loan debt, according to the data published in a 2016 report out of The Institute for College Access and Success. Furthermore, 60 percent of state students will end up with some debt burden. This statistic places Georgia firmly in the middle of the pack of the student debt […]

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05
Jun
Guide to Ohio Scholarships, Grants, and Student Loans

Even after adjusting for inflation, the average cost of college today is two to three times higher than it was 30 years ago. Costs are increasing faster than financial aid, which means students and their families bear a greater portion of the cost themselves. The good news for Ohio residents is there are a lot of additional […]

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05
Jun
Guide to Illinois Scholarships, Grants, and Student Loans

For students in Illinois, extensive funding options are available to help pay for higher education. There are Illinois scholarships and grants, as well as student loans to help students cover the cost of an education. Read on to find out the steps to get started if you’re searching for Illinois scholarships, grants, and student loans. […]

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10
May
Pros and Cons of Private Student Loans

The cost of attending a college or university is staggering. The tuition at a private four-year private college averaged over $40,000 for the 2017-2018 school year. The average cost of public universities for in-state students was just over $10,000, and the out-of-state student cost to attend a public college was barely over $26,000. Furthermore, it’s projected

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27
Feb
Student Loan Cosigner Survey & Report

What are the financial impacts a student loan cosigner faces? To answer that, LendEDU surveyed parents who have a cosigned a student loan & found some surprising results.

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