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Should you use student loans to pay for college? Here are our best student loan resources for parents and students to consider when tackling college financing. 

 

Many parents of high school students share the same concerns: You want your child to get a college education, but you don’t want them to take on too much student loan debt. High school guidance counselors, parents of college students, and financial aid counselors are all on hand to help, yet the process continues to be opaque and stressful. Which colleges will be most affordable for your child? How will you know how much student loan debt is too much? Which colleges want students like yours—and are willing to give you free money for college?


We’ve rounded up our best resources on college tuition and student loans, so wherever you are in the college application and financial aid processes, you can get informed and start moving toward determining which colleges will be affordable for you.

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