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  • A student loan is designed to help students pay for university tuition, books, and living expenses. It differs from other types of loans in that the interest rate is substantially lower and the repayment schedule is deferred while the student is still in education.
  • (Student loan) A loan that can help pay for the costs of higher education courses. Students can take out a loan if they are an eligible full-time higher education student or a part-time initial teacher training student.
  • (Student Loan) and debt for an educational purpose. This includes loans by private entities, or government guaranteed student loans, Direct Loans, Stafford Loans, Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) loans, and many other debts incurred for the purposes of education.
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The Guerrilla Guide to Mastering Student Loan Debt: Everything You Should Know About Negotiating the Right Loan for You, Paying it Off, Protecting Your Financial Future
The Guerrilla Guide to Mastering Student Loan Debt:  Everything You Should Know About Negotiating the Right Loan for You, Paying it Off, Protecting Your Financial Future
Skyrocketing tuitions have become a national concern. The average four-year college degree now costs more than $35,000, and that sum is growing at a phenomenal rate, forcing unprecedented numbers of college students into student-loan debt. In 1995, the Educational Resource Institute issued a report warning that borrowing has exploded to record levels and is expected to double in five years.
Whether they're just beginning to think about paying for college, are currently in school, starting repayment or already overwhelmed with debt, students, as well as recent graduates and parents, find The Guerrilla Guide to Mastering Student Loan Debt an indispensable guide to navigating the student loan maze. In clear, lively and reassuring chapters, it answers such time and money-saving questions as:
What types of loans are available, and how are they different?
How can I get the best possible deal?
What are my options for repaying my loan and can I postpone repayment?
How can I get a forbearance or a deferment?
How can I repair my credit rating?

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Occupy Philly - student loans
Occupy Philly - student loans
Occupy Philly - Drexel student making her statement about how the banking system will affect her.
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This is how much debt I am in just from my undergrad degree.

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Take Control of Your Student Loan Debt
Failure to pay back your student loan can mean having your wages garnished, tax refund intercepted and your credit damaged. Take Control of Your Student Loan Debt presents simple, effective ways for you to get out of student loan debt.
The book clearly explains:
• what the repayment options are
• how to postpone repayment
• how to avoid default
• how to handle collection efforts by the government
• how to get out of default
• when to choose bankruptcy
Take Control of Your Student Loan Debt includes sample forms and letters.