ITT Educational Services, Inc. (NYSE: ESI – News), a leading provider of technology-oriented postsecondary degree programs, announced today that it has arranged for Bank of America, Chase Education Finance and Citibank, The Student Loan Corporation to provide federal and private education loans to qualified ITT Technical Institute students and their parents for the remainder of [...]
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Student Funding Group, LLC (StuFund) announced that it will be offering a number of new private student loan products. Some of these loans will feature no fees and are designed for students looking to finance their college education or consolidate private loan debt.
The StuFund Solutions Loan will have zero fees and offer competitive rates. “Our [...]
A lawsuit seeking to stop Missouriâ€™s student loan agency from supplying money to Gov. Matt Bluntâ€™s college construction plan has been dropped.
A Cole County judge had denied a request in September to temporarily bar the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority from paying the first installment of Bluntâ€™s $350 million plan. Although the initial request failed, [...]
Three professionals who work in the fields of finance or education tried to better prepare parents on what to expect to pay for college at the â€œ Paying for College Without Going Brokeâ€ seminar Tuesday evening at the Fayetteville Public Library.
Anne Butt, a Fayetteville High School college and career advisor, Bryan Hembree, director of academic [...]
Academic Financial Solutions, a leading student loan debt consolidation company based in Tampa, Florida, alerts college graduates who graduated last May or June not to delay on college loan consolidation.
â€œWaiting to consolidate will be costly,â€ says Michael Babb, President of Academic Financial Solutions. â€œMany student loan borrowers donâ€™t realize that their six-month grace period is [...]
College Loan Corporation’s Poway Offices Reopen for Critical Functions; Entire Facility to Open by Week’s End
The Poway offices of College Loan Corporation will reopen today for critical functions after being closed on Monday and Tuesday due to the wildfires that have threatened the area. The Company plans to fully open the facility by the end of the week.
“College Loan Corporation would like to extend its gratitude to all of California’s [...]
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College has been awarded a multi-million dollar grant to help more students become teachers.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded the universityâ€™s School of Education a $2.2 million five-year â€œTransition to Teachingâ€ grant.
The grant is designed to implement a fast-track alternative teaching certificate program for recent college [...]
Stacy Maciuk, a 24-year-old who went through Tennessee’s foster care system, lobbied the state’s General Assembly as a college student in support of a foster child tuition grant program.
The Nashville resident said her argument to lawmakers was simple: Invest in these youths now or pay for them later to be in prison, on welfare or [...]
Three private colleges in Connecticut will add a total of $75,000 to their scholarship funds to settle allegations of questionable arrangements with a student loan agency, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said Monday.
Trinity College, Fairfield University and Sacred Heart University all denied any wrongdoing but agreed to abide by a code of conduct that would no [...]
Thousands of California college students are keeping a close eye on state budget negotiations. They’re worried that a lack of a state budget will mean they won’t have enough money to pay their tuition.
Monte Stilmon, 22, who just finished his classes at Sacramento City College, is supposed to leave for University of California, Riverside in [...]