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Students lack access to federal loans: report

Nearly 1 million community college students across the country are getting shut out of federal student loans, simply because their schools choose not to offer them, according to a new report from The Institute for College Access & Success.

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Student loan rates rise today [AUDIO]

It'll cost more to borrow money for a college education, starting today, but the increase shouldn't be too much of a strain on the wallet.

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Who’s to Blame for Overwhelming Debt from Student Loans? [POLL]

Christopher Eisgruber, President of Princeton University, claims that if you're in an overwhelming amount of debt due to student loans, it's your own fault

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Debt and No Degree: A New Trend? [AUDIO]

An increasing number of Americans are facing a mountain of college loan debt with no diploma to show for it.

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NJ Ranks 9th in Student Loan Complaints [AUDIO]

The federal student loan giant, Sallie Mae, and the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority were one and two in the state for the most number of complaints about student loans.

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Too Few Use Loan Forgiveness, Says Consumer Bureau

The government's consumer advocate says more than 33 million workers qualify to have their student loans forgiven because they work at schools and hospitals, in military and police uniforms. But the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says the system is overly complicated and often confusing.

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Are You Saddled With Heavy Student Loan Debt? [AUDIO]

Student loan debt is a big problem for 20-somethings, but it's also a challenge for people in their 30's and 40's.

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Obama To Sign Student Loan Deal Keeping Rates Low

Students heading back to college this fall will save thousands in interest charges on their loans after they graduate once President Barack Obama signs into law a rare bipartisan compromise.

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House Approves Lower Rates on Student Loans

At least for the coming school year, a bipartisan bill passed by the House will lower the cost of borrowing for millions of students.

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Obama Applauds Senate Vote on Student Loan Rates

President Barack Obama is applauding a bipartisan Senate vote to make it less expensive for college students to borrow money for classes, housing and books.

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