student loan debt
Millennial Candidates Flex Their Relatability: I, Too, Have College Debt
But Swalwell and Buttigieg split over what to do about the student debt crisis.
Bernie Sanders Wants to Wipe Out All Student Loan Debt
"If we could bail out Wall Street, we sure as hell can reduce student debt in this country."
These Candidates Want to Eliminate Your Student Loan Debt
It may not shock you to learn that Donald Trump is not part of the solution.
Student-Loan Debt Is Bringing on Millennial Class War
A new analysis shows the snowball effects of college debt—from credit cards to the size of your house. It will come to a head.
Here's Fresh Evidence Student Loans Are a Massive, Generational Scam
The co-author of an enraging new report called the student loan system "a failed social experiment."
You're Probably Not Getting That Loan Forgiveness You're Counting On
Out of almost 30,000 people who applied for a forgiveness program, just 96—less than 1 percent—had their debt erased. And it gets worse.
How to Pay Off Student Loan Debt if You Don't Have a Rich Family
Five young women who pulled it off explain their strategies, including part-time jobs, longer commutes to save on rent, and understanding their interest rates.
It’s Not Rude to Talk About Money
Obeying the taboo against talking about money could be keeping you from reaching your financial goals and having the life you really want.
Betsy DeVos is forcing scammed students to repay loans for meaningless degrees
What will happen to students defrauded by for-profit colleges? The Department of Education revealed it is no longer forgiving loans for scammed students under an Obama-era program.
POC College Grads Are Challenging Disproportionate Student Loan Debt
"Not all student debt is created equal."
People Can't Afford College, so They're Taking Free College Classes Online
Massive Online Open Courses could spark a college affordability renaissance, but they're also probably too good to be true.
College Is for the Rich, Now More Than Ever
Higher education is increasingly out of reach for many low-income, working-class and middle-class Americans.