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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Federal student loan interest just dropped to its lowest rate ever. The interest rate for undergraduate student loans disbursed after July 1 is 2.75%. It’s an almost 40% decrease from last year’s rate for 2019-20 loans, which was 4.53%. Graduate and PLUS loan interest rates are also at record lows: 4.30% and 5.30%, respectively. A … Continued

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If you’re waiting until the last minute to make a decision about college, you’re in good company — colleges are scrambling, too. Here’s a sample of what some schools are considering: Boston University plans in-person instruction. The California State University system will go remote. Columbia University will offer three semesters to “de-densify” its campus. Kent … Continued

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