Surviving Student Loans
About one in five students owes more than $50,000 in student loans, and 5.6% owe more than $100,000. It’s no wonder studies are showing that this generation of debtors is putting off marriage and having children, forgoing homeownership, and unfortunately defaulting on their loans.
To some, the idea of a six-figure student loan debt sounds crazy. But it’s more common than you think, for a number of reasons. Switching majors, transferring to a college that won’t accept some of your credits, or stopping and restarting school can all lead to higher tuition bills. Plus, many students don’t appreciate the severity of their loans at the time. They describe feeling as though it was “free money,” and foolishly use student loans to live way beyond their means. And if those loans are in deferment and still racking up interest, even small loans can quickly turn to big ones.
Attend this seminar to learn how to survive your student loans.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who has a student loan.
October 26, 2016
CSU's Monte Ahuja College of Business, 1860 E. 18th St., Cleveland, OH 44115 (map)
No refunds will be issued if notification is not received seven business days prior to the first day of class. Registrants who cancel will receive a refund, less a $50 processing fee, if we receive written notification a minimum of seven business days prior to the first day of class.