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The Law School Debt Crisis

Sunday Review By THE EDITORIAL BOARD October 24, 2015 In 2013, the median LSAT score of students admitted to Florida Coastal School of Law was in the bottom quarter of all test-takers nationwide. According to the test’s administrators, students with scores this low … Continue reading

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How to Approach Student Loans, as First Payments Come Due

Your Money October 16, 2015 Your Money Adviser By ANN CARRNS IF you graduated from college last spring, it may soon be time to start repaying your student loans. Many federal student loans come with a six-month grace period after … Continue reading

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New Federal Program Offers Students Aid for Nontraditional Education

Business Day By PATRICIA COHEN October 14, 2015 Hoping to offer more alternatives, particularly to low-income students considering substandard for-profit colleges, the Education Department is unveiling a pilot program on Wednesday to allow students to use federal loans and grants for nontraditional … Continue reading

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For-Profit Colleges Accused of Fraud Still Receive U.S. Funds

Business Day Video Corinthian Colleges declared bankruptcy amid widespread allegations of fraud. Now two dozen other for-profit colleges are under investigation. What will happen to students’ loans if they close, too? By PATRICIA COHEN October 12, 2015 When the Obama administration agreed … Continue reading

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A Student Loan System Stacked Against the Borrower

Business Day Patrick Wittwer, a Philadelphia resident and 2008 graduate of Temple University, said he paid $756 a month for his student loans and had experienced problems like misdirected payments and abusive collection tactics. October 9, 2015 By GRETCHEN MORGENSON … Continue reading

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Morning Agenda: EMC Takeover Depends on Dell Debt Deal

EMC TAKEOVER DEPENDS ON DELL DEBT DEAL | The 2013 leveraged buyout of Dell may be a gift that keeps on giving for deal makers,Michael J. de la Merced reports in DealBook. Dell now plans to acquire EMC in what … Continue reading

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Student Debt Is Worse Than You Think

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Why Student Debtors Go Unrescued

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Loan Servicers Faulted for Some Student Loan Problems

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No, Student Borrowers Don’t Need to Worry About Loan Market Turmoil

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