A bad economy has sent many college grads into default on their student loans.Nationally, the rate of former college students defaulting on their federal student loans shot up this year -- with 8.8 percent of borrowers now in default as opposed to just 7 percent last year, according to the U.S. D ... More >>
Financial aid forms don't always tell the whole story, according to federal statuteHas the U.S. Department of Education pulled a bait-and-switch by demanding that Saint Louis University fork over $2.8 million in student loans paid out by the government fifteen years ago?
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While the real dialogue on DailyRFT today could be found on a post about the efficacy of red-light cameras in saving lives, the most succinct and humorous comment of the day came in response to a post about a bill allowing welfare recipients to be drug tested. Commenter "AN" had this to say: So seri ... More >>
Suddenly worth a lot less.Yes, Webster University is a fine school. It's nothing like University of Phoenix and other so-called "diploma mills." Webster U. has standards. It rigorously screens its students and selects only the best and brightest. [Insert sound of record scratching here.] Yesterda ... More >>