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Debt relief firms may not be your best bet for help with student loans.
Borrowers with good income and credit are refinancing their student debt at lower rates, but they may lose some consumer protections.
College students cough up $1,000 each in credit card fees and overdraft fees while at school, according to NerdWallet.
WNBA president, Lisa Borders, opens up about how racial discrimination taught her a valuable lesson about success.
Many grads plan to save or invest cash they receive. Here's how to make your graduation present go further.
Watch how one college-bound student gets rewarded for his hard work.
For those newly armed with a college diploma, these are the best places to live, work and play.
For this year's college graduates, there's just a brief window before student loan repayment begins. Here's what to do.
The key is to develop habits that will pay off for the rest of your life.
Many grads plan to save or invest cash gifts they receive. Here's how to make your present go further.
National organizations and online tools can provide individual counseling on student loan management, NBC reports.
These two-year institutions have done a standout job of preparing their students for the rigors of a bachelor's degree.
More than a half-million people are certified to have their student debt forgiven over the next decade because they work in public service.
International Paper CEO Mark Sutton reflects on his college days at LSU and has some advice for college-bound freshmen.
To combat the "summer melt," colleges are turning to text messages to help students show up, NBC News reports.