The latest news on student loans
The recession has generated some unexpected silver linings in student loan options.
Why your spouse's income could trip you up.
Loans to be capped at 15 percent of income, and those entering public service may get loans forgiven.
Direct lending volume is up, too, rising $7.1 billion from last year.
A new program makes paying federal student loans more affordable for low-income borrowers.
A single mom who lost her home to foreclosure found ways for her daughter to attend a private college.
One lender says it is unable to process 180 students' Stafford loans.
Between 529 plans and student loans, a long-term plan is simpler than you think.
Competition for financial aid and seats at the most affordable schools is fierce.
Because of the slumping economy, more young graduates might have trouble making their payments.