These web pages contain information for students about schools and education, including (1) Learning resources, (2) Keeping my school safe & drug-free, (3) Preparing for my future, (4) Finding a college, (5) Paying for college, (6) Returning to school, and (7) Getting involved in my community
The U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs are the largest source of student aid in America, providing nearly 70% of all student financial aid. Help is available to make education beyond high school financially possible for you or your child. The information provided here is designed to assist you in your college planning. It provides you with access to and information about the products and services that you will need throughout the financial aid process.
In this episode of Level UP Law, Attorney Tiffney Love will walk you through the various ways to navigate the student loan world and highlight important tips you should know about. Specifically, we will discuss the various types of loans, payment plans, getting out of default, and the extension of the student loan pause.
Over 40 million Americans have an average student loan debt of $30,000. Due to unemployment or income below the poverty line, 28% of borrowers are unable to make payments on their student loans. It’s important to be aware of all the effects, advantages and disadvantages of taking out a student loan.