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Biden Administration Extends Covid-19 Student Loan Forbearance

The Biden administration announced on Wednesday another extension of the Covid-19 federal student loan forbearance program. The pause on payments and interest accrual, which had originally been scheduled to end on Jan. 31, will now be extended through May 1, 2022. “We know that millions of student loan borrowers are still coping with the impacts […]

How To Make Your First Student Loan Payment

Many students depend on student loans to pay for their education. But for most, they won’t make their first payment on that debt until after graduation. If you’re struggling to remember the details of that freshman year loan, learn what steps to take before you make your first student loan payment. When Is Your First […]

Top Scholarships for Women—Plus How to Find More

With thousands of women’s scholarships coming from private companies, nonprofits and public institutions, there’s no shortage of college funding options geared specifically toward female students. Scholarships and grants are essentially free money for your education, and don’t need to be repaid. Scholarships are typically merit-based, while grants are often need-based. Here are some of the […]