June 24, 2014
President Obama’s Student Loan Forgiveness plan has been introduced due to the increasing problems concerning students’ loan debts in America. This plan is intended to help students who are not able to fully pay their loan and those who have settled a significant amount of their loan balance for numerous years. This plan clears all outstanding debts of students who have made timely and regular payments on their current federal loans for more than 20 years.
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October 8, 2021
It’s no secret college is expensive. It’s reported that the average cost of a private university can be over $53,000 dollars a year. This makes scholarships such an important part of the student’s financial journey. While there are always outside scholarships, the more common sources of financial aid are from the universities themselves. Many colleges […]Read More >
August 31, 2021
Looking for ways to lower the cost of college, but not sure where to begin? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in the financial aid process, and the window to apply is fast approaching. Here’s what you need to know to make completing the FAFSA as simple as possible. […]Read More >
April 26, 2021
Webinar Alert: How to get a jumpstart on college applications For the Class of 2022, college application season is right around the corner, meaning the road to college is about to get very real. The good news: Class 101 is launching a brand-new program that’s specifically designed to help “soon-to-be-seniors” get a jumpstart on college […]Read More >