Financing Your Student Loans: An Interview with UF’s Richard Wilder

March 23, 2017 Editor 0

by Alex Beyrent Tuition prices at US colleges and universities have risen exponentially over the past few decades, causing student debt totals to skyrocket. The high costs of higher education, in turn, dissuade some students from pursuing a college

3,000 Borrowers Defaulted on Their Federal Student Loans Every Day

March 16, 2017 Editor 0

Student loan debt is the next financial crisis happening in America today…. and it gets worse by the minute. CNBC reports: More than 1.1 million borrowers defaulted on their federal student loans last year On

Student Loan Repayment Much Worse Than We Thought

January 22, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso GenFKD A short article in the Wall Street Journal today confirmed our worst fears: Student loan repayment simply isn’t happening for millions of borrowers. We knew it was bad, but it’s much worse than

Penn State Student Debt: Asking for Forgiveness

December 7, 2016 Editor 0

by Johnna Purcell, GenFKD This article comes from the Campus Contributor Network. Over the course of the semester, students from across our campus outreach program will analyze their school’s finances and assess the overall return students