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Common Money Mistakes College Students Can Avoid

by Sarah Daren | December 10, 2019

College is a time for learning and personal growth, but it's also tough on the old pocketbook—and not just because of student loans. Read on to learn how to avoid some financial pitfalls college can present.

5 Tips for Paying Off Your Student Debt

by Heather Taylor via Fairygodboss | January 09, 2019

Here's how one millennial faced her fears, established a strategy, and paid off half her student debt in less than a year.

How to Tell If College Is Worth It

by Phil Stott | January 06, 2016

How student loan delinquency can help you decide if college or grad school is for you

Are Student Loan Repayments the New Killer Perk?

by Phil Stott | December 09, 2015

Some companies are offering student loan repayments as an employee perk. Are they next big thing?

5 Tips for Successfully Refinancing Your Graduate School Loans

by Vault Careers | July 27, 2015

When the average college grad is leaving school with more than $30,000 in debt, it’s enough to make anybody stop and think twice before signing on...

A Hidden Cost of Grad School Finance

by Phil Stott | May 20, 2015

Paying for grad school is an expensive proposal at the best of times. This glitch makes it worse.

A New Trend in Student Loan Policy?

by Vault Careers | April 08, 2015

The ramifications of defaulting on student loans are serious. Those who default may be sued for the entire amount of the loan, face garnished wages,...

And the Winner for Most Expensive Law School Is…

by Nicole Weber | March 04, 2015

According to the National Law Journal, Columbia tops the charts as the priciest law school in the country. Last year, tuition at the school was...

Law School Admissions: Buyers' Market, or Buyer Beware?

by Nicole Weber | December 03, 2014

Imagine receiving acceptance letters from two (or more!) prestigious law schools but with no financial award package. Tuition at each (or all of...

You Just Passed the Bar: Here's What's Next For Your Student Loans

by Kaitlin Butler | November 18, 2014

With the July 2014 bar results now published for almost every state (California results will be released on November 21), you may have spent some...