9 Student Loan Repayment Myths Debunked

9 Student Loan Repayment Myths Debunked

  • June 1, 2015

Students believe in many myths that could be contributing to student loan default rates. In fact, chances are good you’ve heard one or all of the following statements come out of your student’s mouths. If you do, provide the handy responses…

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Launch Your Campaign Against Student Loan Default

Launch Your Campaign Against Student Loan Default

  • April 17, 2015

Reducing student loan default rates has become a primary concern of the higher education industry, which has been under the country's magnifying glass. With rising rates of default, colleges and universities have both the motivation and the duty to help their students succeed not…

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Exit Counseling: What, How And Why

Exit Counseling: What, How and Why

  • April 6, 2015

When higher education students who received federal loans graduate, drop below the minimum number of required credit hours or withdraw from school, they are required to complete exit counseling. Often this entails the student reading a bunch of dry explanations online,…

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One Trillion Dollars And Counting: A Student Loan Crisis?

One Trillion Dollars and Counting: A Student Loan Crisis?

  • March 9, 2015

As every financial aid officer knows, student loans have afforded millions of middle-class students the opportunity to go to college, even as tuition rate increases outpace inflation. However, at $1.3 trillion dollars, student loan debt now exceeds credit card debt, and some people…

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State-to-State Student Debt Infographic

State-to-State Student Debt Infographic

  • February 4, 2015

Here at CampusLogic, we are all about helping schools help students reduce unnecessary debt. But first, to solve a problem, we must understand it. We put together this infographic of student debt by state to visualize financial obligations students are graduating with.…

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2013 College Graduates Face More Than $28k In Debt

2013 College Graduates Face More Than $28k in Debt

  • November 19, 2014

Among the class of 2013, nearly 70% of students graduated with student debt, according to a report released last week. Each student owes an average of $28,400. Student Debt and the Class of 2013 by The Institute for College Access &…

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