LOWELL | The Lowell High School Guidance Department will conduct a Parent Financial Aid Meeting at 6:30 p.m. today in the school auditorium, 1505 E. Commercial Ave. Students and parents should park in the south parking lot and enter through Entrance 1.
WASHINGTON | Student loan rates will double — at least for a while — after a compromise to keep student loan interest rates low proved unwinnable before today's deadline, senators said Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Next time you're at the grocery store or a RailCats game or anywhere out and about in the region, look around -- almost one of every five adults you see owes money on student loans.
WASHINGTON | College students faced increasing uncertainty about the cost of new student loans after senators failed Thursday to advance partisan proposals to keep interest rates from doubling on July 1.
INDIANAPOLIS | Military veterans who return or move to Indiana after completing their service are entitled to in-state college tuition under a new law signed last week by Republican Gov. Mike Pence.
The fiscal noose created by Cindy Dutka's student loan debt has choked off the 54-year-old's ability to pay rent or get credit to buy a car, a house or anything else in this economy.
Every month since 2009, the U.S. Department of Education has taken between $80 and $290 of Vernon Williams' disability check to pay back student loans to Northern Illinois University.
CHICAGO | There are big differences between private student loans and federal student loans, and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin is encouraging students to know the differences.
My granddaughter just graduated from Purdue, and she fortunately was able to land a job at Purdue University. But she has a large student loan to pay off, her new salary is a starting salary, and she is struggling to pay for her living expenses, credit card and student loans, etc.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels would not comment Wednesday on whether he'll be named president of Purdue University today, but the term-limited Republican sure sounded like a man who has been doing a lot of thinking about college and university issues.
At the recent Group of 20 (G-20) meeting in Toronto, President Barack Obama warned his international counterparts against "rushing to the exits too quickly." The president believes that continued, strategic government spending is crucial to stimulating the economy and ending the recession.
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