A record 21.6 million millennials are refusing to leave the nest, according to a new Pew Research Center Poll.
For many people with student loans, July 1 brings a painful lesson. Interest rates on some student loans have now doubled, and it is up to lawmakers to hammer out a compromise and lower them again.
A handful of senators struggled Thursday to hold together a bipartisan deal to keep student loan rates from doubling on July 1 while their colleagues traded political barbs with little more than a week to go before the deadline.
North Texan Joanne Pierre-Louie was thrilled to become the first in her family to graduate college. But, the American born daughter of immigrants was so focused on finishing — that she neglected to calculate the real cost of a degree at the school of her dreams.
Americans cut back on their credit card use in July for the second straight month, suggesting many remain cautious in the face of high unemployment and slow growth.
To help parents and students, starting next fall, the actual cost of college will be spelled out in a one-page summary. The financial information is called a “shopping sheet.”
The responsibility of paying for college is shifting; it’s falling more now on students and their families, as state funding declines.
Thousands of North Texans are painfully familiar with the issue of student loan debt. Now, students drowning in debt at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) are getting some extra attention.
With a couple of simple fixes from Congress, billions of dollars could be put into the economy by allowing middle class families to refinance their mortgages and by keeping student loans at market rates. Maybe […]
Student loan interest rates could soon skyrocket, and many graduates are already winding up delinquent on their loans. So, is a college degree still worth the money?
Texas voters approved seven constitutional amendments on Tuesday, which will allow new cooperation between cities and counties.
Some parents are accusing an Arlington business of scaring people, across the country, into paying a high price to get help planning for college.