After scrutinizing your college bill, and consider federal student loans, you may find that you come up a little short. In that case, make sure you know what to look for in a private loan. Here are some tips to help you compare your options.
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The average student-loan debt for a Bachelor's degree recipient in the class of 2015
Can my grandfather borrow a Federal PLUS loan instead of my parents? My mother says her credit scores are probably too low to qualify.
Parents should borrow no more for all their children than their annual income.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Continued eligibility for federal student aid requires the student to be making satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward a degree or certificate.
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