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COLLEGE DEBT RELATED ARTICLES

12 Financial Aid Questions to Ask During your College Search
This article provides important questions to consider when looking for colleges that are a good financial aid fit.
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Annal Rise in Cost of Public College Slows
This article is about cost of attending college.
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Cost of College Degree in US has Increased 1,120 Percent in 30 Years, Report Says
This article describes the trend of increasing cost of attending college.
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College and University Endowments
This report outlines college and university endowments for 2011-2012.
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Types of Admission
This article explains the different types of admission (early decision, early action). It provide a list of frequently asked questions about this process.
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The College ‘Investment’
A report recently published by the IHEP indicates that an American college education might be affordable, if only Americans thought about affordability a little differently.
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Average student debt reaches all time high
Americans are increasingly borrowing for diplomas that are worth less and less- a new reports shows that the average debt for college graduates reaches high.
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High debt rates may be the new norm
Data suggests that while students are graduating with a larger burden of debt than ever before, with sensational stories of six-figure debts are outliers are becoming more common.
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student loan default reaches all time high
The share of federal student loan defaults rose sharply last year, especially at for-profit colleges and universities, where 15 percent of borrowers defaulted in the first two years of repayment, up from 11.6 percent the previous year.
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Student-loan debt – 5 Things to Know
Just how pervasive and burdensome has student debt become in recent years? Here are five things to know:
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Universities Seeking Out Students of Means
Money is talking a bit louder in college admissions these days, according to a survey to be released Wednesday by Inside Higher Ed, an online publication for higher education professionals.
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Student debt pushes homes out of reach
today’s college graduates are worse off financially than previous generations. average 30-year-old who left school with a bachelor’s degree in 2004 is most likely ineligible today for a home mortgage due to a high debt-to-income ratio.
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PRIVATE VS. PUBLIC ARTICLES

Best Value Colleges
What schools offer the best value for students?
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Private Colleges Slash Costs to Compete
With parents strapped for cash, private institutions have begun matching local public-university tuition to attract top students.
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Out of State at in-state rates
In many parts of the country, regional agreements allow students a hefty discount. Majority of participants would go to public institutes and pay no more than 150 percent of in-state tuition.
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SCHOLARSHIP ARTICLES

Secrets of a free ride
Scholarships are there for taking, and the only thing you need to know is where to look. This article gives a good sight of it.
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Top Unusual Scholarship Programs in America
If your only claim to fame is being a surfer, skater, sci-fi geek, bug-freak, bowler or big man, there are still scholarships made for you. The very things that your parents always rode you for and your friends always teased you for can now earn you big bucks for college.
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