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Edvisors is frequently quoted in news media coverage of scholarships, student loans and financial aid for college. Edvisors is cited by reporters and journalists more often than any other college planning web site. Read these articles that mention Edvisors.

Elaine Rubin | Tribune Publishing

Posted on: 03/01/2021

"Edvisor Elaine Rubin is presenting a seminar, The FAFSA Explained: What Students and Parents Need to Know, during the 2021 Tribune Publishing Virtual College Fair. Registration is free, don’t miss out!"

Alicia Adamcyzk | CNBC

Posted on: 03/13/2020

"If you’re still working and your finances have yet to be impacted by recent events, it’s best to keep making payments on time, says Elaine Rubin, senior contributor and communications specialist at Edvisors."

More Media Mentions

News media organizations count on Edvisors as a valuable source for financial aid information and expertise. Review these news articles to stay up-to-date on what’s happening in the higher education industry.

Matt Walker |

Posted on: 03/11/2021

"Sometimes paying for college goes beyond your college days. If you still have student loan debt or anything that’s hovering over you, you will continue to pay for college even once you graduate, so we focus a lot of information on that."

Kira Rosemarie |

Posted on: 01/15/2021

"If you have subsidized loan funds, interest on subsidized loans will be covered by the government during periods of an authorized deferment. That’s not the case with unsubsidized loan funds."

Trish Novicio | Yahoo Finance

Posted on: 12/11/2020

"64% of college students run out of money before a semester ends."

Carmen Reinicke | CNBC

Posted on: 12/08/2020

"To be sure, pausing or lowering monthly payments on student loans likely means you’ll pay more over time, especially if interest is still growing."

Carmen Reinicke | CNBC

Posted on: 12/01/2020

"Before making changes, borrowers should be sure to think through both the short- and long-term implications of a different payment plan."

Carmen Reinicke | CNBC

Posted on: 11/19/2020

"To be sure, pausing or lowering monthly payments on student loans likely means you’ll pay more over time, especially if interest is still growing."

Annie Nova | CNBC

Posted on: 09/15/2020

"If your lender is unable to make an accommodation for you, it’s time to look at some of your other bills and debts, said Elaine Rubin. "

Cheryl Winokur Munk | The Wall Street Journal

Posted on: 09/07/2020

"Many federal student-loan borrowers will get a reprieve from loan payments through Dec. 31, thanks to the executive order from President Trump last month that extended relief that had been set to expire Sept. 30. But payments were only deferred, not forgiven, so as things now stand many federal-loan borrowers will be on the hook for eventual repayment."

Annie Nova | CNBC

Posted on: 08/24/2020

"The U.S. Department of Education has announced that most student loan borrowers don’t need to resume their payments until next year. CNBC spoke with student loan experts, including our in-house expert, Elaine Rubin. "

Jennifer Vishnevsky | Cosmopolitan

Posted on: 08/19/2020

"“At the start of the year, you need to make a plan about how much money you will have to spend for your everyday life expenses,” says Rubin. Basically, it's how-to-be-an-adult boot camp."