Do I have to pay for my student loans even through med school?

Answer If you don't go to medical school within 6 months of graduating college, you will have to start paying back your loans during that time. So you better have the means to pay your loans during those... Read More »

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How do student loans work, and what are my options for applying for graduate student loans?

To get a student loan, your first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You should submit your FAFSA as soon as possible – you can make estimates and correct t... Read More »

Law School & Student Loans?

According to Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) data, three years of legal education can cost $150,000 or more. As of 2010, approximately 80 percent of law school students rely on student loans a... Read More »

Student Loans and Graphic School?

As Long as you fill out a FAFSA the school you are attenting will be able to provide you financial ai inthe form of loans. There are things like the stafford loan and the perkins loan which you cou... Read More »

Student Loans - should I be paying on them while I'm in school?

If you can afford to pay some on your loans that would be beneficial for you in the long run. However, the unsubsidized loan is the loan that starts accruing interest right away while the subsidize... Read More »