UPDATES rules for international students in the last section. Now that big-name colleges are announcing plans to go remote in the fall due to the coronavirus pandemic, others are expected to follow. How does that change the financial math? The answer can differ from school to school and depending on whether you are an undergrad, … Continued

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Colleges nationwide are closing their doors and moving to online-only learning amid the coronavirus pandemic. If you’re left in the lurch, the federal stimulus provides some student loan relief, but you’ll want to turn to your college for answers, too. All students with federal loans qualify to delay payments, interest-free, through September. Some private lenders … Continued

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Federal student loan borrowers will see payments automatically suspended — without incurring interest on them — for six months, according to a measure included in federal stimulus package released Wednesday. This policy applies only to federal loans, not to private student loans. This option, called a forbearance, will run through Sept. 30. You will be notified … Continued

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