• One in Five Student Loans Default within 20 Years

    September 30th, 2014 | News

    Student loans have been covered a lot in the media over the last few years. Debates about how to deal with the overwhelming amounts of student loan debt faced by millions of Americans fill the political arena in both local and national government branches. More people are choosing to go to college to improve job […]

  • College: It Isn’t All About Debt

    September 24th, 2014 | Resources

    With so much focus on the plague of the student loan debt industry, it can get tiring talking about the depressing state of loans. In order to bring some positives for poor college students struggling to make it to class, work, parties and bed, here are some fun tricks every college student should know: 1. […]

  • Questions About Student Loan Debt

    September 17th, 2014 | Loans

    What percentage of students graduate with loan debt? A) 25%             B) 45%           C) 75%       D) 100% The answer is, C. While it could be argued that closer to 100% graduate these days with loan debt, there are still many people that qualify for grants or fund their college through scholarships. In either case, 75% is […]

  • Money Hacks For College Students

    September 9th, 2014 | Money Management

    College is often a time of stress of busy schedules. Between work, school and play, many college students barely find time to sleep. When stress rises it can have a ripple effect through other areas of our lives, like our finances. Here are a few money hacks to make staying within budget and out of […]

  • Graduates With Credit Card Debt

    September 3rd, 2014 | Money Management

    It is hard to deny the fact that most college students are in the position where they must take out student loans in order to attend college. While student loan debt can be minimized it isn’t always avoidable, but credit card debt is. Avoiding Credit Card Debt For many college freshmen the bills that roll […]