You will pay slightly less interest on the life of your federal student loan if you’re taking one out for the upcoming school year than if you’d borrowed for last year. Interest rates for 2016-17 kick in on July 1, and they’re lower than the 2015-16 rates. Congress sets federal student loan rates each year based on the … Continued

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High school juniors, soon-to-be seniors: As you’re headed into a year of varsity letters, last hurrahs and anticipation for the new beginning that’s now just around the corner, don’t forget about college applications and financial aid forms. You don’t have to go through the college application cycle alone. Your high school’s counselors and college financial … 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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