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Have a gap? Student loans are available from the government or private lenders.
Students and parents can qualify for loans. There are both federal loans and private loans. Learn about the differences and how to apply for each.
The maximum amount that a student or parent may borrow depends on several factors. These can include the school's cost of attendance and the student's financial need.
The average student loan for the class of 2017 was $28,650, according to the Institute for College Access and Success. Levels of debt vary widely by type of institution, degree, and state.
Student loans can and should be spent on education-related expenses, which include tuition, room and board, student activity fees, books and supplies, transportation, and other related costs.
Student loans cost much more than the initial amount awarded to a student. There are many factors that play a role in the total cost.
Here's what you need to know about federal loans for parents, the pros and cons, and how they compare to private loans.
Borrowing too much can be risky and impact you for years to come. Read our guide to making an informed decision about the right amount to take in debt.
Learn about your options for paying for college if your credit score is low.
Use this calculator to estimate your monthly payments for your student loans.
Estimate how much you'll need for college, and make your plan for how best to save.
Master college finance basics and start setting your expectations.
Build your college list by finding schools that are a great financial fit.
Choose the college that will set you up for long-term success.
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