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Purdue College President Offers Overprotective College Moms Advice

Purdue President Mitch Daniels Explains Mower Moms
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US Department Loan Fixes Forbearance Rules: What it Means to You

How Forbearance Steering Corrections Help You Pay Off Student Loans Faster
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Forbearance Steering: Immediate Help for Those Rejected for Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Waiver Speeds Up Repayment
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Fixing a $70,000 Federal Student Loan Mistake

By: Reyna Gobel MBA, MJ Last month, I got an email from my college that I had a default and wouldn’t be able to get financial aid until it was fixed. Not only that, but I was over my lifetime loan limit. I was shocked. First, I don’t have any defaults. I check studentaid.gov, the […]
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NPR: Student Loan Repayment Delay

Will Federal Student Loan Repayment Get Delayed Again?
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Parents! Go to WWE Pro Wrestling Events!

By: Reyna Gobel MBA, MJ I have fond memories from being a child of the ’80s of Ric Flair versus Dusty Rhodes wrestling in Charlotte Coliseum. It didn’t feel like a sport. It just seemed like two men in neon outfits talking smack to each other. It also was the precursor to reality shows such […]
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Scholarship Attacks from the Scholarship Shark

By: Reyna Gobel MBA, MJ While this is probably my 100th article on scholarships, I’m writing this one from the perspective of being a college student. In January, I went back to school for a Master’s in Public Health in Nutrition. I’m doing it in part to write better health articles for our readers. So […]
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Combatting Seasonal Depression for Parents or Students

By: Reyna Gobel MBA, MJ When it’s cold and dark outside, it’s normal to want to curl up underneath a blanket or enjoy a hot chocolate, However, for 5 percent of adults, Seasonal Depression is much more than that. It may mean feeling lethargic up to feeling suicidal. If anyone is feeling suicidal, we recommend […]
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Early Decision Interview with New York Times’ Ron Leiber

Tips from Interview with The New Times' Ron Leiber
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Rob Paulsen: Animaniac, Ninja Turtle, College Parent, and College Drop Out

By: Reyna Gobel MBA, MJ Rob Paulsen never had problems bonding with his son when he was a little. After all, he voiced Rafael in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon. What’s cooler than that to a 6-year-old? Parenting got tougher when Paulsen told his son to not drop out of college when he left […]
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5 Surprising Facts About Income-Driven Repayment

Learn More About Income-Driven Repayment Plans
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Freedom for Parents: Going to an Everclear Concert

How to Safely Attend Concerts in 2022
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Rules & Language: HIPAA

Understand Important College health Documents
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11 2022 Tips for When Pandemic Student Loan Forbearance Ends

11 Important Facts About Pandemic Forbearance
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When to Reject Early Decisions

How to Evaluate Early Decision Offers
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12 Days of the Best Adult Holiday Movies

The 12 Coolest Family Holiday Movies
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A-List Acting Coach Talks College Parenting

5 Keys to Motivating College Students
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The Road to Reauthorization

How to Analyze Higher Education Reforms
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Do increases in federal student loan limits cause college price increases?

Keeping Tuition Costs Low
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How Do You Make College Worth It?

Getting Good Value from a College Education