Articles tagged “Student Loans”
The Atlantic magazine describes a Michigan community's efforts to send all its kids to college with the help of scholarship support. Every gift makes a difference in the life of a student.
An important note regarding financial aid and taxes follows.
Today’s edition of The State News features a cover story about students’ spending decisions that are forced by these economic times.
As of July 1, 2012, the federal government is changing financial aid regulations. The changes will apply to all students at Michigan State University.
Interesting facts from the 2012 State of the University address
On February 13, the Detroit Free Press ran an article titled “Federal student aid: More Michigan students apply, bring more home.”
From The State News: Early signs indicate MSU has been growing financially, ranking highly in endowment level growth among Big Ten universities.
A recent article details that the graduate-student population is growing, and so is the financial need for the group.
As student debt doubles, many wonder when – and how – they’re going to make it out.
Students have begun to benefit from new awards created as part of the Spartan Scholarship Challenge campaign.