Mistake #1: Letting your contact information become out-of-date Moving away from campus? Changing your cell phone number or e-mail address? Make sure you let your loan servicer know. Their services are provided free of charge, but they can only help you if they can reach you. Mistake #2: Paying for student loan help You may have … Continued

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Being a first-generation college student is a big deal and a huge opportunity. You’ll be the first person in your family to experience the lighter side of college — like experimenting with ill-advised late-night dining options — as well as the more serious ultimate goal: getting a degree. Navigating the college experience is hard enough … Continued

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When Kristin and Sean Couch were ready to buy their first home, they feared that one thing would hold them back: Kristin’s student loans. Her broadcast journalism master’s degree from Syracuse University had left her more than $80,000 in debt. The Couches are part of a generation that’s delaying major life decisions, like whether to … Continued

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